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While designed to be a simple administrative remedy, the South Carolina Workers Compensation Commission has grown very complex. Often, injured workers need help with their cases.
Callison Tighe workers compensation attorneys Rick Detwiler and George Taylor have the necessary combination of experience and compassion to help injured workers navigate this complicated system. They have handled thousands of South Carolina workers comp cases ranging from routine to complex, including serious injuries such as paraplegia and traumatic brain injuries, and those resulting in death.
They have helped injured South Carolina workers recover the benefits they need and are entitled to. Such benefits may include the expense of medical treatments, both past and in the future (including the cost of getting to and from doctors’ appointments), lost wages, and temporary and permanent disability benefits.
Personal touch: The workers comp lawyers at Callison Tighe take cases personally. They believe in their clients and go to the mat to fight for what is right, whether the battle is for pay for lost wages or medical care, or permanent disability. They stay in touch. Though each client is assigned a paralegal, the attorney is always just a phone call away.
Our approach: Every client is different and every case unique. The approach to workers compensations cases at Callison Tighe, however, always is the same. George and Rick combine thorough knowledge of the law and experience. They conduct in-depth investigations, calling upon doctors and vocational experts to provide information that can help maximize benefits. They cannot guarantee results, but they promise to work as hard as anyone to help their clients achieve the best possible outcome.
Settlement vs. trial: From the start, the workers comp lawyers at Callison Tighe look at every case with an eye toward going to trial. This helps maximize the recovery if the case is settled.
If settlement is not possible, for whatever reason, they will be prepared. Rick and George are not intimidated by going to trial, and with one of them at your side, you shouldn’t be either. Combined, they have tried thousands of workers compensation cases, appearing often before the South Carolina Workers Compensation Commission for hearings and appeals.
Fees: Initial consultations are with a lawyer at no cost, and there are never any legal fees unless we recover for you. Call Rick Detwiler or George Taylor at (803) 404-6900 to get started today.
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