With few exceptions, if a loved one is killed or if you are injured on the job while working for another individual or entity you are entitled to compensation. Under the Georgia and South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages during your recovery, necessary medical expenses, and any disability or disfigurement you suffer as a result of your injury. In workers’ compensation cases, you are not required to show that your employer was negligent in order to recover. Your own negligence does not bar recovery. The South Carolina and Georgia Workers’ Compensation Laws also applies to occupational diseases contracted as a result of employment. Your rights to compensation may be waived or barred if you do not comply with time limitations for providing notice to your employer and filing your claim. If you’ve been injured while on the job, please contact us immediately.