Experienced Workers Compensation, Injury and Disability Attorney
We assist clients throughout the Upstate, Lakelands, and Greenwood areas, protecting your rights
and putting you in touch with the resources you need to heal.
Attorney Powers has both the legal and medical
knowledge to help you with your case.
As an ER nurse who also worked as a post-open heart surgery intensive
care nurse for eight years, attorney Powers understands not just the
law, but how to evaluate your medical records and understand the
medical side of your case.
To better deliver legal services that protect your rights and meet your
needs, we try to maintain a personalized law practice.
You need someone looking out for your rights under workers compensation law. Too often, injured workers try to handle the entire process on their own. This works out fine if your employer and their insurer act in good faith. Your claim can be denied in full, or in part, leaving you on your own to figure out what steps you should take next. This is where Powers Law can help. Michelle Powers is a lawyer and a registered nurse.
Powers Law can provide the legal help you need because we are familiar with how insurance companies work.
In 2017, the South Carolina Department of Safety reported a car crash resulting in injury occurred every 13 minutes. This resulted in more than 60,000 injuries suffered by victims of car accidents.
Unfortunately, victims of car accidents often face an uphill battle collecting compensation from insurance companies. Remember, no insurer likes to pay claims — in fact, they make more money from collection of premiums when payouts are kept to a minimum. Insurance company adjusters are trained to point part of the blame for an accident to the victim. This helps them pay out less under the shared fault rules in South Carolina.
Social Security Disability
Personal injury and Social Security cases can be complicated. When you are injured, your first concern should be taking care of yourself so you can get back to your life. Dealing with the added challenges and stress is tough if your family does not have adequate financial resources. You are not alone. We are here to help.
No matter where you work – trucking, construction, healthcare, you name it – we understand accidents have a serious impact on your life.
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