To have a worker’s compensation case, your injury must have happened while you were arriving, leaving or working on the job. You still may have a case even if the injury was your fault. Not all injuries that occur on the job are accidents. Repetitive injuries like carpel tunnel or chronic back and limb problems may occur while performing your job duties over a long period of time. Heart conditions, lung disease, or mesothelioma may also be from working conditions.
- Slips and falls
- Brain injuries
- Burn injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
If you or a loved one has been injured on the job contact McWhirter, Bellinger & Associates, P.A., at 803-353-5513 for a free case evaluation. We have lawyers who are experienced in worker’s compensation cases, and we have offices in Aiken, Camden, Columbia, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, and Sumter, South Carolina.
This post was written by Geoff Coston