Our Skilled South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Can Walk You Through Everything.
In 2011 alone, there were more than 3 million cases of on-the-job injuries and sicknesses in the United States. Unfortunately, the process of applying for workers’ compensation in the state of South Carolina can be very complex. If you were hurt, you may be feeling overwhelmed and anxious about your future. It is wise to hire an attorney who can help ensure that you receive the maximum payout you are entitled to. There are a number of rules that govern the payments you are eligible to receive. At George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, we understand these important rules and regulations and we are prepared to fight for your interests and the benefits you deserve.
Don’t Miss Your Only Chance to Apply for Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina
Workers’ compensation is designed for people who were permanently injured on the job, no matter whose fault the accident may have been. If you received injuries or fell ill because of a work-related incident, you must begin the process of applying for workers’ compensation by informing your employer of your injury within 90 days. If you do not properly notify your employer before this deadline, you may lose your right to compensation. Doing this properly is critical to your case’s success.
After this, you must fill out a Form 50 or a Form 52 with the South Carolina Worker’s Compensation Commission. You only have two years from the date of your injury to do this, so do not hesitate! It is important to receive treatment from a physician of your employers’ choice in order to be covered by workers’ compensation – with the exception of emergency rooms in the event of urgent medical need.
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Call George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers today if you have questions about South Carolina workers’ compensation laws. We have helped thousands of men and women throughout the state, so you can be sure that we have the experience you need on your side! Schedule a free consultation with a caring workers’ compensation lawyer today.