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Injured at work? Your Columbia work injury attorney can help you seek compensation for your injuries and damages. 

Although working conditions are safer than ever in many cases, there’s still a chance for serious injury when you’re at work. Unfortunately, many injured South Carolina workers don’t realize they have a chance to seek compensation with the help of a lawyer. At HawkLaw, PA, we want to make sure you get justice in the form of monetary recompense.

If you’ve been hurt in a work accident, you may have a chance to seek compensation you wouldn’t have otherwise received. Talk to your Columbia work injury lawyer for the help you need with your claim.

Personal Injury vs. Workers’ Compensation in Columbia

Before you head to court for your work injury, you need to know what claim type you’re dealing with. Often, when you’re injured at work, you’ll file a workers comp claim. These claims should be covered by your employer, but sometimes, your employer or their insurance provider may try to deny your claim. 

However, a workers comp claim isn’t your only option. If you can’t file for workers compensation, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit, if you were injured by someone’s carelessness for your safety. 

For example, you may be facing a work injury because you were exposed to unreasonably dangerous conditions. In other cases, you may have been purposefully injured, or your employer may simply have failed to maintain the insurance coverage they were supposed to keep. If you’ve suffered from a serious injury, talk to your lawyer about what claim type is right for you and your financial recovery. 

Compensation for Injured Columbia Workers

When you’re facing a work injury, the most important detail is often, “How much can I expect to receive?” Often, it can be tough to recover from your losses without financial help, especially as your medical costs climb and you’re unable to work. 

If you’re filing a personal injury claim, you may also be due benefits for your non-economic damages, not just your financial losses. For example, if your injury caused chronic pain, you may be due compensation for that intangible suffering. Your work injury lawyer can help you find the total value of your specific claim. 

If you’ve been injured in a work accident, you may be due compensation for the following losses, depending on your claim type:

  • Medical care coverage
  • Compensation for lost income
  • Household accommodations, such as wheelchair ramps
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional trauma

Contact a Columbia Work Injury Attorney 

When you’re hurt in a work accident, recovering from your injuries and getting back on the job can feel impossible. You’re hurt, you’re suffering, and you’re not getting the compensation you need to recover from your losses. 

That’s where a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA can help. If you’re not sure what kind of case you’re dealing with or what your claim is worth, you may need help fighting for the compensation you need. 

Fortunately, our attorneys offer free consultations* so you know what to expect before you head to court. Your Columbia work injury lawyer can provide guidance and support throughout your claim, which can ultimately make your financial recovery easier. Claim your free consult* by calling 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or by filling out the following online contact form.

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