Workers’ compensation in South Carolina is supposed to be simple, but it isn’t. It’s a “no-fault” system, which means it doesn’t matter whether you were negligent or the company did everything perfectly. If you were injured on the job, you are generally entitled to benefits.
There’s a catch, though, that complicates things for injured workers: Insurance companies make most of the decisions, and their claims adjusters and attorneys deal with workers’ compensation claims all day, every day. In addition, there are significant defenses used by some employers and their insurance companies to avoid or minimize their responsibility.
Workers who try to go it alone can find themselves at a serious disadvantage. Our workers’ comp attorneys have handled thousands of cases, ranging from minor to life-altering injuries and death. We’ve helped thousands of employees get the medical and disability benefits they need and deserve.
Some examples of the cases the Callison Tighe workers’ comp lawyers have handled:
- Major spine, back and neck injuries
- Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Repetitive trauma
- Catastrophic Burn Injuries
- Total Permanent Disability
Our workers’ comp attorneys begin by examining the details of your case, including all medical costs, mileage reimbursement for travel to medical appointments, and compensation for lost wages or disability. We try to make sure your physical and financial recoveries are complete.
Our lawyers pride themselves on a personal approach, staying in contact with clients and providing regular updates. Your attorney will always be only a phone call or email away if you have a question.
Call Callison Tighe today to see how our workers’ comp lawyers can help you. There is no fee unless we recover for you.