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  • Am I Considered An Employee? South Carolina Workers Compensation

    As a Charleston workers compensation lawyer who has been practicing for nearly twenty years, the key law that defines what an “employee” is in South Carolina is S.C. Code Ann. §42-1-130. Under the Act “[t]he term “employee” means every person engaged in employment… Read More
  • Most Common Construction Site Injuries

    When it comes to construction injuries in South Carolina, some are more common than others. While any injury on a construction site has the potential to be incredibly serious, knowing which occur most often can help to keep you safe.… Read More
  • Companies Are Not Always Protecting Injured Workers

    There is a plan in place that many companies are taking part in. That plan is to dump workers’ compensation insurance and determine on their own how they will provide care for injured workers. A national association of state lawmakers… Read More
  • Electrical Worker Dies On The Job At Prison Due To Electrocution

    A worker from an electrical contracting company has been electrocuted and a second worker was injured while they were doing electrical work in Maryland. According to officials, two General Electric employees were working on an electrical control upgrade at Maryland’s largest… Read More
  • Electrical Worker Injured On The Job

    According to the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a call to assist from the Awendaw Fire Department for a workplace accident.  The dispatch described an individual who had “apparently sustained severe injuries from electricity.” Emergency crews airlifted the… Read More

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