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A work-related injury could be life-threatening or life-altering. Although the workers’ compensation system is intended to benefit both the employer and the injured employee, sometimes reaching compensation is a difficult process.
The attorneys at Chappell, Chappell and Newman are proud to deliver outcomes that benefit their clients by providing the compensation they need to move forward. Chappell, Chappell and Newman have been practicing law in Greenville, SC for many years and have a reputation for excellence when it comes to workers’ compensation and wrongful death cases.
A work-related injury can happen in a variety of ways. It could be a split-second accident that changes someone’s life in an instant, or it could be caused by repetitive motion or strain that increases over time. Regardless of how your injury happened, it’s our job to ensure that you receive the appropriate benefits to cover your treatment and a portion of your salary until you can return to work.
Source: National Safety Council’s (NSC) “State of Safety: A State-by-State Report”
Workers’ Compensation In Greenville, South Carolina
It’s important to seek help immediately after you’ve suffered an injury. Don’t wait to see if it hurts less tomorrow or give it a few days to heal.
If it’s an emergency, call 911. If not, visit a physician, emergency department, or urgent care facility for an immediate evaluation.
If you wait to report the injury, it will make it harder to prove that it happened at work.
Your injury could be the result of poor training (yours or someone else’s) or serious safety violations. It could also just… happen. Sometimes it’s no one’s fault and you fell, an item fell on you, you were in a vehicle accident, or machinery malfunctioned… the possibilities are endless. The great benefit to workers’ compensation is that it’s no-fault insurance.
You don’t need to prove anyone’s fault or negligence in order to receive benefits for a work-related injury.
You only need to prove that:
- The injury happened while you were at work or engaged in tasks related to your job; and
- The injury cost you money because it required medical treatment or required you to take time off from work for treatment or recovery.
After a serious work-related accident, it can be difficult to think about next steps. If you’re dealing with a serious injury, you may have pain, concerns about disability, lots of phone calls from insurance companies, multiple medical appointments to keep and worries about missing some paychecks. Let our attorneys figure the rest out for you.
Our team will fight for you to receive the workers’ compensation benefits that you’re entitled to under the law. We’re confident that our winning record demonstrates commitment, skill, and proven experience in handling South Carolina workers’ compensation claims.
We offer free, no-obligation consultations to people in Greenville and across South Carolina.
Why Hire Our Greenville Work Injury Attorneys?
Workers’ compensation cases are a cornerstone of our practice at Chappell, Chappell and Newman. We help injured people in Greenville and throughout South Carolina get the compensation they need to support their medical care, make ends meet and be fairly compensated for life-changing work injuries.
Because of our decades of experience, we are extremely familiar with the legal rights of South Carolina residents, and the most effective strategies for receiving the correct amount of workers’ compensation benefits after a work-related injury.
You might be buried under a mountain of paperwork, phone calls, and red tape that needs to be handled in order for you to receive your benefits—but you don’t have to be. We can handle those stressful tasks for you, which means you can focus on your recovery.
- Explain what you can expect from your claim
- Prevent inadvertent mistakes that could reduce your benefits amount
- Protect your rights from aggressive insurance companies
- Properly calculate the financial compensation you can claim for your lost wages and medical bills
Free Consultation for Greenville Victims of On-The-Job Injuries
Life after a serious accident can be difficult—but fair compensation can help ease the financial burden. If you’d like to discuss your situation and your options with an experienced South Carolina workers’ comp attorney, contact us for a free consultation.
During our no-cost, no-obligation consultation, you can tell us your story, and we can give you our best judgment about your case. This is honed by years of representing injured workers, and we can provide guidance about what you might be able to recover. Depending on your situation, that could include:
- Payment of medical bills caused by the accident
- Money for future medical costs
- Replacement of income lost if you are unable to work because of your injuries
- Compensation for a permanent injury or disability
- Compensation for the death of a family member, including the loss of their wages as well as their companionship
Law Offices In Columbia, Charleston, Aiken, Florence, Fort Mill and Greenville, SC
Greenville is the sixth-largest city in South Carolina with a growing population that stands at just over 70,000 people. The city is located halfway between Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA along the I-85 corridor. Several large businesses are headquartered in Greenville, including Michelin, Duke Energy, Bon Secours and Prisma Health.
Greenville also offers many event venues, such as the Peace Center concert hall, Fluor Field at West End baseball stadium, Bon Secours Wellness Arena and the Greenville Convention Center. The city hosts a dozen different festivals throughout the year, including Euphoria Greenville, a four-day culinary event, Artisphere, Fall for Greenville music fest and SC Comic Con.
Several colleges and universities also make Greenville their home, including Greenville Technical College, Bob Jones University, North Greenville University, Furman University and Clemson is just 30 miles away with several remote programs based in Greenville.