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Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation

Here at The Rembert Law Firm, we take pride in helping you with your Worker's Compensation Claims. These cases can take years to resolve without the proper litigation team. The Rembert Law Firm is here to help with this process and assist in making sure that you receive the compensation that you deserve.

Know Your Rights

Documenting an injury in writing is crucial if you want to protect your rights to receive compensation. An employer must be notified of the issues within 90 days, or you may forgo your right to file a lawsuit against the company. 

Although it is uncommon, some employers may try to deny or downgrade your injuries or, in some instances, if they do file your claim with the Workers' Comp Commission, they may not pay you the proper amount that is owed to you. In situations such as this having an attorney at your side is essential so that they can help ensure you are adequately taken care of. 


Know Your Rights

Unlike other claims we handle, liability is not really the primary issue with Workers' Compensation claims.  For these, it's simply: were you hurt performing your duties for work?  In some instances, you can even have done something that contributed to your injuries, like have caused an automobile collision while driving for work.  To see if you have a valid Workers' Compensation claim (in South Carolina), it's important to know the scope of your duties and if your employer meets the requirements to carry Workers' Compensation insurance.  At the same time, our goal at the Rembert Law Firm is not to make the most amount of money for the firm, it's to do right by you and what you want. 


We spend a lot of time talking with you to determine your goals with Workers' Compensation claims.  Once you're represented by an attorney, often times employers or insurance carriers can become quite difficult and even downright unpleasant.  At the Rembert Law Firm, we know how to navigate your Workers' Compensation claim to keep things between you and your employer as smooth as possible.  If you've been hurt at work, give us a call and we'll be happy to discuss your potential claim.


Struck By Or Against An Object

Slip, Trip, And Falls

Highway Accident Injuries

Repetitive Strain Injury

Machinery Accident Injuries

OBTAIN first aid or other necessary medical treatment as soon as possible.

The treating health care provider must be authorized by the Workers' Compensation Board, except in an emergency situation. 

Posted from: Workers Compensation Board

NOTIFY your supervisor about the injury.

An injured employee who fails to inform his or her employer, in writing, within 30 days after the date of the accident causing the injury, may lose the right to workers' compensation benefits. 

Posted From: Workers Compensation Board

COMPLETE a claim for workers' compensation.

If a claim is not filed within two years from the date of the injury or disablement from an occupational disease, (or after disablement and after you knew, or should have known that the disease was work-related), you may lose your right to benefits.

Posted From: Workers Compensation Board

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