5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Workers Compensation Claim
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If you are wondering, ‘do I need a lawyer for a workers’ comp case” check out this video to find out why its very important to be represented in court.
Why do I need a workers’ compensation lawyer?
The other day, someone from South Carolina called me and said, “I’ve been seriously injured on the job, but I’ve always had a great relationship with my employer. I just don’t want to make them angry by contacting an attorney.” I listened to this person, and then I explained this is a serious injury. You’ve told me your doctor says you may need to have surgery, I said. This injury changes the relationship between you and your employer even though you’ve had a great relationship with your employer.
The bottom line is your employer wants you because of what you can do for them. If your injury, and your surgery, and permanent injury from the surgery prevent you from being able to do what you used to do for this employer, even if they liked you, they’re going to make a business decision. They know their rights under workers’ compensation law in South Carolina and they know your rights. You, on the other hand, may or may not know your rights under South Carolina law. You need an experienced South Carolina workers’ compensation attorney to tell you what your rights are and to assert those rights before the South Carolina courts, if necessary.
You’re vulnerable when someone has more information than you have. Call an experienced South Carolina attorney. Call my office and we will even the playing field. Call us any time and we’ll be glad to help.
Were you or a loved one hurt on the job in South Carolina and have questions like, “do I need a lawyer for my workers’ comp case? Contact experienced South Carolina worker’ compensation lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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