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A work injury can leave you and your family struggling to recover and live comfortably. Fortunately, your attorney serving Lexington can help you get the full workers comp benefits you and your family need.

On the average day of work, you might not spend much time thinking about a work accident or on-the-job injury. Unfortunately, these accidents can happen any time, whether they happen all at once or over time.

At HawkLaw, PA, we understand how sudden and severe these accidents can be. Fortunately, that’s also where your workers comp lawyer serving Lexington can step in. We understand how severe your injuries are, and we’re ready to help you fight for funds.

Lexington cases are primarily handled out of our Columbia office.

Eligibility for Lexington Workers

As a South Carolina worker, one of your first concerns may be about your eligibility for benefits. You know that you were injured at work, but that doesn’t mean you’re sure how to get your compensation. While many workplaces do provide this information, you might have a difficult time finding it.

Fortunately, the majority of Lexington workers should be covered by their employers. However, there are a few types of workers who may need help getting workers comp benefits or a settlement for their injuries. If you fall into the following categories of workers, you may need an attorney’s help with your recovery:

  • Railway workers
  • Agricultural workers
  • Federal employees working in South Carolina
  • Temporary employees
  • Some realtors

The Workers Comp Process

Once you’ve found whether your employer carries workers comp insurance, you’ll need to act to get your compensation. Generally, you’ll have just ninety days to notify your employer. You’ll need to file a claim reporting your injury and requesting workers comp benefits.

After that, the insurance company will review your claim. They’ll determine whether your injuries should be covered by workers comp benefits. They’ll also determine how much these benefits would be worth and how long you should receive them.

This decision-making process should be quick. Injured employees need answers fast, so you should get a quick response about your claim. You’ll receive a letter either approving or denying your claim. An approval letter should also include your benefits and the details about your claim, such as when your benefits will begin.

If you’ve been denied, however, don’t panic. Your injury attorney can help you review your claim and fight your denial, rather than simply accepting the loss.

Reach Out for a Workers Comp Lawyer Serving Lexington

If you’ve been injured at work, you don’t have to suffer alone. Instead, you can seek out help from a work comp lawyer, who can help you get the compensation you need for recovery.

At HawkLaw, PA, we want to see workers like you get the full benefits you need for a recovery. We’re ready to fight for you, which is why we offer free consultations.* A consult with our attorneys can give you a better idea of your claim and what we can do for it before you file or sign anything.

If you’re ready to begin, give us a call today at 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529). You can also fill out the following online form to contact to get started.

  • The information provided above is not legal advice. Each claim is different, and results are not guaranteed. An attorney-client relationship is not created by the submission of the form below.
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