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Columbia, South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Getting hurt at work is not something that you plan for. If you have been injured on the job, you may worry about how notifying your supervisor of a work related injury will impact your employment. Even after reporting the claim, you may face adversity in the employer’s attempt to deny the claim. The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act exists to protect injured workers and their families. Our workers’ comp attorneys understand what you are going through. You are not alone.
The South Carolina workplace accident attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC represent injured workers, and their families, in the pursuit of workers’ compensation injury and death benefits.
- Were you hurt or injured on a construction or job site?
- Did a ladder, scaffolding, or a falling object hurt you at work?
- Has an on-the-job car wreck or unsafe work environment forced you out of work or left you disabled?
- Were you injured by faulty or defective machinery or equipment on the job?
- Was your injury caused by an OSHA, building code or workplace safety code violation?
- Were you in a burn accident on the job?
- Are you worried about being fired for filing a workers comp claim?
We proudly seek justice on behalf of employees injured or killed on the job who work for private companies, as well as employees working for local, county, city, and state government.
Whether your case involves obtaining benefits for a denied workers comp claim, helping you obtain medical treatment, negotiating a fair and equitable settlement for your on the job injury, or even pursing a claim against a third party who caused and/or contributed to your workplace injury, the workers compensation lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC represent injured workers at all stages of the workers compensation claim process from initial hearings through appellate proceedings.
The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act Protects Injured Workers.
If you are hurt on the job, our team will fight for the benefits you deserve. Benefits include medical treatment and lost wages for any work-related injury, sickness, or disease that occurs regardless of fault when the injury arises out of, and in the course of, employment.
The protection provided under the SC Workers’ Comp Act is only the beginning of your right to compensation for a workplace injury.
Often times a third party may be responsible for, and/or have contributed to, a work related injury or death. The work accident attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC also handle third party negligence claims involving employers, contractors, and other third parties that caused or contributed to a work-related accident or death.
The Strom Law Firm, LLC understands the impact that a work related injury or death has upon you and your loved ones. The most important thing you need to focus on is a speedy recovery. You need an advocate who will seek justice on your behalf. Contact one of the workers’ compensation attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, L.L.C. for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights.