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The personal attention I received from John Brickhouse during my lawsuit made a difficult situation much easier to deal with. The insurance company tried to deny everything, but John fought tooth and nail to make them pay for the damages they caused. John always made himself available for me and tirelessly fought for my best interests. I highly recommend him.JUDY ALEXANDER, CLIENT
It’s Critical That You Contact Us Now
If you or a loved one have been injured on the job, you need to reach out to an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer as soon as possible in order to protect your right to financial restitution and ensure the compensation you’re entitled to.
Who You’ll Be Working With
John prides himself on representing injured clients in suits against those responsible for said injuries and obtaining the highest possible settlements and awards on behalf of his clients. As a solo practitioner, John is involved with every detail of his clients’ cases. Each client gets 100% of John’s individual attention instead of being passed down to paralegals and lower-level associates.
- Thoroughly review your case to determine where its strengths and weaknesses lie
- Assist you in completing the critical accident report
- Help you gather the necessary documentation to prove your case
- Communicate directly with your employer and/or your employer’s legal team
- Aggressively pursue the maximum benefits, including bringing forward a personal injury case to seek a larger settlement and/or punitive damages in situations where gross negligence was a factor
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There are many jobs in South Carolina that are considered “dangerous.” Although accidents and injuries can happen in any line of work, construction workers, factory workers, and office employees are more at risk for injuries than individuals with other types of jobs. Medical bills, lost wages, and other related expenses can quickly put families under extreme financial strain following an on-the-job accident, making it difficult for life to get back to normal. By working with a seasoned South Carolina workers’ compensation lawyer, you can learn more about your rights to workers’ compensation benefits and get the guidance you need to navigate through the complex process of getting financial restitution.
Workers Compensation FAQ’s
Will Your Employer Dispute Your Workers' Compensation Claim?
Employers often don’t relish the idea of paying out workers’ compensation claims, and many will attempt to blame the employee for the accident or injury. If your employer disputes your case, it is even more important to obtain the services of a skilled lawyer as soon as possible.
Will You Be Required to See a Doctor that Your Employer has Approved?
Be wary of receiving medical care from your own physician for any conditions or injuries that are related to the accident at work. Your employer has the right to require that you see a physician of his or her choosing, and any medical expenses from unapproved facilities or physicians may not be covered under your workers’ compensation claim.
Does Your Employer Have to Do Anything Wrong for You to Receive Workers' Compensation Benefits?
Contrary to popular belief, it is not necessary for your employer to have made a mistake or to have done anything wrong for you to obtain workers’ compensation. Paying out workers’ compensation benefits is not an admission of guilt on your employers’ part. Accidents happen, and in many cases, injuries at work are no one’s “fault.”
In Cases Where Gross Negligence Was At Play, Or if You Were Temporarily or Permanently Disabled, is it advisable to file a Personal Injury Claim As Well?
Sometimes medical bills and lost wages will far exceed what a workers’ compensation claim will pay out. In these cases, it may be prudent to explore filing a personal injury claim against your employer, the company, or even an equipment manufacturer if the possibility of negligence or carelessness exists.