Legal Support For Workers' Compensation Claims

Most Americans spend about a third of their adult lives at work. In many industries, the potential for accidents is high. Job-related injuries occur frequently and are covered by state workers' compensation laws. What this means is that injured employees are able to obtain funds to pay for their medical care, ongoing recovery, permanent disability and any wages they lost as a result of being unable to work.

However, these laws are often complex. In many situations, third parties — that is, not one's employer — may be partly responsible for a work site accident and, perhaps, liable for paying medical bills and lost wage compensation. At other times, an employer may try to prove that one's injury was not related to one's job. Moreover, knowing which doctors to consult with and the steps necessary to filing a claim are far from intuitive.

We can help. The attorneys at Foster Law Firm have more than 60 years of combined experience assisting injured workers in their pursuit of compensation. We have earned millions of dollars on behalf of the individuals we've represented in these and other injury cases. Based in Greenville and serving throughout South Carolina, we're ready to help you, too.

Legal Support For A Full Range Of On-The-Job Injuries

Our lawyers are qualified to offer representation in a comprehensive array of workers' compensation matters, including those arising from:

  • Construction site injuries
  • Industrial plant injuries
  • Chemical explosions and exposure
  • Job-related driving injuries
  • Back and spinal injuries
  • Concussions and other forms of brain trauma
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries
  • Fall-related injuries at work

Your job is your livelihood. You shouldn't suffer a financial setback if you've been hurt in the line of work. That's why our attorneys work assiduously to help our clients obtain the medical treatment and compensation they need to recover.

Some Important FYIs

Do you know:

  • How a wage from a second job can affect your benefits?
  • Whether your settlement with the insurance company is really final?
  • How laws affecting your case can change?

We do, and we're ready to help answer any additional questions you may have.

Getting Started For Free

To learn more, reach out to our firm. You can call us at 864-558-8224 or contact us online. Initial consultations are always free.