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 just how high the region could rise on Boeing’s wings. He said historians will view the aircraft maker as the most “transformative” economic force on the Charleston area since the Civil War.” Thousands of Charleston workers have had a hand in building the inaugural 787 Dreamliner. The airplane sale to Air India has placed Charleston and Boeing on the “international stage”. Boeing Charleston is slated to deliver at least three planes a month by the end of 2013. Further growth of the company is foreseeable and much anticipated.
With the growth to Boeing in the Lowcountry comes a growth in the amount of jobs available. Unfortunately, along with the increase in jobs will come an increase in the amount of injuries sustained by hard working employees. Work injuries happen every day – just not to you. When it does happen to you, finding your way through the process can be a confusing challenge, but you don’t have to do it alone. The attorneys at Rodenberg Callihan are here to help you navigate through what can sometimes be a complicated web of legal issues. The insurance company is not on your side – they are against you. You will have a lot of questions, Rodenberg Callihan has the answers. Please get in touch with a North Charleston workers compensation attorney today.