Posts Categorized: Workers’ Comp

Boeing worker hurt on the job

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North Charleston On the Job Injury Attorney Unfortunately, sometimes the unexpected happens and what would have been a normal work day turns into a serious trip to the hospital.  That’s what happened to a local man at the Boeing North Charleston facility this week according to this Post and Courier article. When something likes this happens to… Read more »

North Charleston Workers Compensation Attorney – Knowing your Commissioners

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Governor Nikki Haley appointed, and the Senate confirmed, Aisha Taylor to the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission on January 31, 2013.  She is to fill the remainder of Commissioner Derrick Williams’ term.  Commissioner Taylor’s appointment will expire in 2014 unless she is reappointed.  The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission is made up of seven commissioners. … Read more »

North Charleston Trabajadores Abogados de Compensación para Trabajadores Indocumentados

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Carolina del Sur la Ley de Compensación de Trabajadores pone a disposición un sistema para los empleados lesionados a obtener beneficios financieros y de atención médica sin tener que demostrar que nadie tuvo la culpa. Es un error muy común que porque alguien es indocumentado que no pueden calificar para beneficios de compensación de trabajadores… Read more »

North Charleston Workers Compensation Attorneys for Undocumented Workers

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The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act makes available a system for injured employees to obtain financial benefits and medical care without having to prove anyone was at fault. It is a very common misconception that because someone is undocumented that they cannot qualify for workers’ compensation benefits in the state of South Carolina.  This statement… Read more »

North Charleston Workers Compensation Attorney

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 According to an October 6, 2012 article in the Post and Courier, “Charleston has been an international business address for centuries thanks to its port, but with the delivery of Boeing South Carolina’s first 787 to Air India, the Lowcountry has officially reached a higher elevation. Speaking this week, economist and the College of Charleston President predicted… Read more »