Get Proper Compensation After A Work Related Injury



Review Worker's Comp Case File — Worker Compensation in Columbia, SC
It is mandatory for all companies to have insurance that covers workers' compensation, but there are times when that compensation just isn't enough to cover your lost income or medical payments. If you have been injured on the job, and your employer's workers' compensation does not cover all of your lost income and expensive medical payments then talk to the specialized workers' compensation lawyers at Attorneys Lee Eadon Isgett Popwell & Owens. Workers' Compensation can cover everything under the following and more:
  • Occupational Disease
  • Serious Burns
  • Lost Limbs and Amputations
  • Toxic Exposure
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries
  • Neck and Back Injuries
  • Brain Injuries
  • Knee and Arm Injuries
  • Hand and Foot Injuries
  • Post-Concussion Injuries
  • Third-Party Lawsuits

How Workers' Compensation Works



It is required by both state and federal law that employers offer workers' compensation to all of their employees. Before you file a claim for additional workers' compensation it is important that you follow these steps:

Notify Your Employer Immediately That You Have Been Injured On The Job

When you have been injured on the job, time is of the essence. Make sure you have given your employer proper notification of the injury in order to receive maximum benefits.

Make Sure You Can Prove That Your Accident Happened Out Of Employment

In order to receive workers' compensation, you must be able to prove without unreasonable doubt that your injury accord because of your employment and normal job duties.

Work With Your Employer and Insurance Agency To Receive Covered Benefits

Work with your employer and their insurance agency first to see if a settlement can be reached that will cover your lost income, family needs, and medical payments before filing.

How We Can Help



If you have followed all of these steps and have still not received proper workers' compensation benefits then file a claim with the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission. Then contact our attorneys at Attorneys Lee Eadon Isgett Popwell & Owens. Workers' Compensation court proceedings can be costly and time consuming, and you know that your employer will have an attorney team that will represent them in court. Let us fight your case for you. We will help you get second opinions, medical records, documentation and more in order to help you win in a court of law. For a free initial consultation and review of your case call us at (803) 799-9811.