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Factory accidents can be painful and traumatic, and you deserve compensation when you’re injured at work. If you’re having trouble getting that compensation, reach out to a South Carolina factory injury lawyer for help.

Many people in South Carolina’s workforce are employed by factories. For many, factories provide a stable income that can help them support their families. Unfortunately, this work also exposes these workers to dangerous machinery that might leave them seriously injured.

If you’re an injured factory worker, contact a South Carolina factory accident lawyer at HawkLaw, PA for help. Our attorneys can help you determine the best way to handle your case and get the compensation you need to cover your expenses.

Workers Comp or Personal Injury?

When you’re injured in a factory accident, one of your first steps after seeking medical care should be to determine how you’ll fight for your compensation. While most factory workers should be eligible for workers compensation benefits, the following situations might require a personal injury claim:

  • Your employer intentionally endangered you.
  • You were injured by a defective product or piece of equipment.
  • A third party other than your employer caused your factory injury.

In these cases, you might be able to file a personal injury claim in civil court. If you believe you might need to file an injury suit, however, you can still call a factory accident lawyer in South Carolina. An experienced attorney will have the knowledge and experience you need to determine your case type and the next steps you’ll need to take.

Fair Compensation for a South Carolina Factory Accident

If you’re filing for workers compensation benefits, you’ll need to file as soon as possible to get your lost wages, but the process shouldn’t be lengthy. When you’re injured, you’ll first notify your employers of the injury, which starts the workers compensation process. They’ll then notify the insurance company that you’ve been injured.

From there, the insurance adjusters will investigate, checking whether you were injured and how much compensation you should receive. Once they’ve investigated your case, you should receive a letter approving or denying your claim.

If you’re approved, you’re finished. You won’t need to take further steps to get your compensation. For those who are denied, however, there is still a chance to get your workers compensation benefits. You’ll need to appeal your claim by scheduling a hearing. There, your attorney can fight for your work comp benefits.

Talk to a South Carolina Factory Accident Attorney

Factory accidents can be difficult to recover from. Not only are you badly injured and struggling to recover fair compensation, but you may also be unsure of what type of case you’re dealing with. Fortunately, a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA can help.

If you need help getting the compensation you’re entitled to, our attorneys can review your claim and help you determine the best way forward. We’ll even review your claim for free so you know what we can do for you before we begin.

To get started with your free consultation, reach out to a South Carolina factory accident lawyer. Call us at 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or fill out the online contact form below.

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