If you are unfortunate and suffer an injury in the workplace while, you will most likely be introduced into the complex legal process known as Workers' Compensation. Workers' Comp is governed by its own statutory and regulatory system that is fraught with legal forms and precise deadlines. It is imperative that you have competent and passionate legal counsel as you navigate through this system. Jay McMillian and The McMillian Law Firm is dedicated to being your advocate and partner during this very technical yet emotional aspect of the law.
WILL MY WORK INJURIES BE COVERED BY WORKERS' COMP?
Nearly all workers in the state of South Carolina are covered by workers' compensation insurance that is provided by their employers. Workers' Compensation laws, in its most basic form, is a system designed to provide balance and protection to both workers and employers. If you have questions about your work related injury and if you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits, please contact The McMillian Law Firm today.
The McMillian Law Firm is known for compassionate and effective legal representation. Call us now at (843) 900-1306 or use the online form to schedule your free no-obligation case evaluation today.
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A workplace injury can be financially devastating to a family. Beyond the loss of income from the injured worker, tehre is a real trickle down effect on the financial and emotional well being of the entire family. The McMillian Law Firm provides not only the expertise, but the compassion that each and every injured worker deserves. Take advantage of the free evaluation and speak with Jay to learn the options you have when it comes to your Workers' Compensation claim in South Carolina.
Receiving a free evaluation from a personal injury attorney like Jay McMillian is a great way to learn about your rights under the law and to preserve your rights to just compensation. The no-obligation case evaluation allows you to present your facts to an attorney to determine if legal action is warranted in your case and to take the necessary steps towards making you whole again.