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Settling Your Workers’ Compensation Claim In SC

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If you have been injured on the job in South Carolina, you may have questions about settling your workers’ compensation claim. If your injury is severe enough, it is entirely possible that your employer’s Workers’ Compensation insurance carrier will attempt to settle your claim. This can be a good thing, especially if you will be out of work for a long time, but remember that the insurance company is typically only looking out for themselves. Their business model is to settle for the least amount possible.

If the insurance company presents you with a settlement offer, take the time to review it and, better yet, have an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer review it for you. Usually, when an insurance company makes a quick offer, they are trying to settle your claim for much less than what it is worth. If you sign the settlement agreement without considering whether it contains enough money for you to avoid paying out of pocket for your injuries, it will be too late. Once you sign the settlement offer, unfortunately, there is no going back.

This is why it is crucial to have a trusted legal advocate fighting to protect your rights and ensure you get the appropriate compensation and benefits. Your legal team can negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf and help you get the benefits for which you are entitled under your employer’s Workers’ Compensation policy.

If you have questions about settling your workers’ comp claim, Columbia SC Workers’ Comp attorney Tyler Lee is here to help guide you. Contact the Columbia SC Workers’ Compensation lawyers at Lee Injury Law today. We will assist you with every step of the claims process, address all your questions and concerns, and ensure that you receive the financial benefits to which you are entitled. To schedule a free, confidential consultation, call us today at (803) 500-0000 or contact us online.

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