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  • How Does Workers’ Compensation Pay You In South Carolina?

    So you’ve been injured on the job and hopefully by now made it to the proper doctor specialist to help diagnose and treat your injuries. Once you get over this initial trauma and emergency situation the next thought naturally turns… Read More
  • How Long Can You Be On Worker’s Comp?

    How Long Can You Be On Worker’s Comp?
    A common question that many people have when they are injured on the job in South Carolina is often, “how long can I be on worker’s compensation.” Like most things in today’s field of Worker’s Compensation law, the answer depends… Read More
  • How Long Will Your Workers’ Compensation Case Last?

    One thing that any experienced South Carolina Workers’ Compensation lawyer knows is that there are no two cases that are exactly alike and therefore no bright line rule as to how long Workers’ Compensation cases take to reach their conclusion… Read More
  • Hydrochloric Acid Spill Injures Workers At Local Plant

    At about 9 p.m. Tuesday, Central Dispatch advised fire officials there had been an explosion at the chemical plant off of Pennyroyal Road that left one worker at the plant injured. However, when the cleanup crew arrived at 3V Chemical… Read More
  • When Machinist Work Is Dangerous, What Difference Does A Union Make?

    North Charleston has seen some recent disputes over organization intentions of the aerospace machinists. South Carolina’s 116th governor publicly spoke out this year against bringing any unionized manufacturing workforces into the state, though there are already 33 unions represented across… Read More

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