Lawyers for Workers Comp

Hodge & Langley Law Firm has experienced attorneys in local workers compensation cases in Spartanburg and throughout South Carolina.

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If you’ve been injured at work, you need a workers’ compensation attorney who knows the rules of South Carolina and can help you get the benefits you deserve. Our local workers comp lawyers are experienced in helping Spartanburg’s employees receive workers compensation benefits.

Despite the fact that South Carolina law requires that you be provided with workers compensation benefits, filing a claim for these benefits can be a frustrating experience. Many people who have valid injury claims do not receive the benefits they deserve because lawyers for the employer will likely claim one of the following: the injury did not happen on the job, the injury was not work-related, the injury was a pre-existing condition, or the employee did not give notice of the injury.

 

Local Workers Comp Attorneys

The Hodge & Langley Law Firm workers compensation attorneys have succeeded in overcoming these arguments for thousands of injured workers, helping people like you receive the compensation due for their work injuries.

Our local workers comp lawyers offer a free initial consultation to discuss your workers compensation case, and we handle nearly all workers compensation cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing up front for our legal services. If we represent you on a contingency basis and are successful, our fee will be a percentage of the settlement or award we obtain for you; if we are not successful, you owe us no attorney fees.

Contact our local workers comp lawyers today about a personal injury or other workers comp claim in South Carolina.

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Learn more about workers compensation in South Carolina (also known as workman’s compensation):

Workers’ Compensation Frequently Asked Questions

Workers Comp Article: Is your Injury or Illness Work Related?

Workers Comp Article: Will I Get Fired?

5 Misconceptions about Workers' Comp