Workers' Compensation Attorney in Greenwood, South Carolina
When you're in a position where you're not able to work due to a serious injury, you may have a need for workers' compensation. South Carolina employers who employ 4 or more regular employees are required to maintain workers' compensation insurance. Workers' Compensation insurance is supposed to protect employees injured on the job. The way it is supposed to work is that you report your injury to the employer, see a doctor for treatment, and ultimately, return to work without any further issues. However, if you have a serious injury, this is not always the case. Sometimes employers are slow to get your treatment. If you end up with a permanent disability you may be due compensation.
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, LLC can help. Michelle Powers is a lawyer and a registered nurse.
Powers Law, LLC can provide the legal help you need because we are familiar with how insurance companies work. We understand the physical challenges you are facing, and we will act as an advocate working on your behalf throughout the process. We have the experience and education so that you can confidently place your trust in us that we will advise you honestly.
Victims of workplace injury in Saluda, Edgefield, McCormick, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry, or anywhere in upstate South Carolina may contact Powers Law, LLC for a free, confidential consultation. We will review your case, make sure you understand your rights and make sure you get the help you need. Contact us today!