Fighting for Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

In the event of an on-the-job injury or workplace illness rendering you unable to work, you may need to file for Workers’ Compensation. Workers Compensation, which is paid out weekly, can help to recover costs associated with medical treatment and the time you spend out of work recovering.

To learn more about the basics of Workers’ Compensation, how to file for Workers’ Compensation, and to find answers to other commonly-asked Workers’ Compensation questions, you can check out our comprehensive Workers’ Compensation page.

With Bluestein Attorneys you don’t have to fight alone.

Do I Need a Lawyer to Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

Ideally, accessing Workers’ Compensation benefits after becoming injured or ill on the job would be simple. The injured worker would fill out a form detailing the injury and any relevant information, and the employer would insure their Workers’ Comp benefits were received quickly.

Unfortunately, not every injured worker is able to rely on their employer and the Workers’ Compensation insurance provider to move quickly or to provide the full amount an injured or ill worker needs to make ends meet while covering the costs of medical treatment and time out of work recovering.

At Bluestein Attorneys, we offer a free initial consultation for injured workers in South Carolina looking for help with their Workers’ Compensation claim.

During this consultation, we’ll speak with you about the circumstances surrounding your on-the-job injury, get to know you and your family, and ensure that you have all the information needed to make the best decision for you.

If that best decision is to work with a legal representative, we may be able to help you ensure that you are able to recover enough from Workers’ Compensation to cover the costs of medical treatment and recovery and help you pay the bills while you’re out of work.

Becoming injured and having to miss work while you heal is stressful enough. It’s our mission to ensure that injured workers in South Carolina are able to rely on the Workers’ Compensation designed expressly to help them after an on-the-job injury or occupational illness.

Searching for Legal Help With Filing for Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

At Bluestein Attorneys, our Workers’ Compensation team is dedicated to representing the rights of injured workers in South Carolina. We’ll stand beside you and help you fight for the Workers’ Compensation benefits you may be entitled to.

To request your FREE Workers’ Compensation consultation give us a call at (803) 779-7599 or just fill out the form.