Workers' Compensation Lawyer in Greenville
If you are injured at work, time is of the essence when it comes to filing and preserving your workers' compensation claim. It does not matter how small the injury is or if you are have just been diagnosed with an occupational disease, notifying your employer must be one of the first actions you take so that your injury or ailment is noted and memorialized.
At the Armstrong Law Firm, our founding attorney, David Armstrong, is a workers' compensation attorney in Greenville with over 40 years of experience helping people pursue and obtain fair work injury settlements. Contact him today to learn more about how he can help you navigate the workers' compensation process successfully.
Proper Reporting and Documentation is Key
We understand most people do not want to admit they are hurt and cannot work, but sometimes pride and fear of lost wages can affect the long-term outcome of your claim. If your injury gets worse and you do not report it as required by law, you may bar yourself from a legitimate worker's compensation claim. Likewise, you need to follow -up with your doctor so you can accurately account for the extent of your injuries and the treatment that is needed for a full recovery.
A Skilled Occupational Disease Lawyer in South Carolina Committed to Helping You
We can help you make sure that all of your reporting is precise -- from medical documentation to the notice to your employer. We will also ensure that this information is correctly documented on your workers' compensation application and any relevant appeals. This will put you in the best position to have your claim correctly processed the first time.
Our law firm handles workers' compensation claims and cases that involve injuries to hands, feet, legs, arms, vision, hearing, and other body parts. Throughout our firm's existence, we have reached successful outcomes for clients that involve lump sum payments in addition to lost wages, and medical treatment costs. In some cases, we can also help you with your social Social Security disability Disability application and appeals if you suffer a permanent disability that prevents you from returning to work.
Contact Us After Your Injury
We can help you get things started and keep the process moving. We will aggressively pursue your claim to make sure your injury, hard work, and proactive steps to be responsive are not overlooked. Contact us [Link to Contact Us] by calling 864-241-0633 to talk about your work injury.