The 10 Most Common Construction Accidents

September 16, 2020
The 10 Most Common Construction Accidents

Learn about the most common types of construction accidents that lead to serious injuries on worksites.

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What Is the Goal of Workers’ Compensation?

September 1, 2020
What Is the Goal of Workers’ Compensation?

Get valuable insights about workers' compensation including the benefits provided by workers' comp in South Carolina.

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Are Workers' Compensation Lawyers Effective?

August 14, 2020
Are Workers' Compensation Lawyers Effective?

In this article, we discuss the reasons why it is beneficial to hire a workers' compensation lawyer if you were hurt on the job.

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Victims of COVID-19

April 21, 2020

If you or a family member contracted COVID-19 while in the performance of an “essential job” such as health care provider or grocery store worker, you may be entitled to benefits under the South Carolina Workers Compensation Act.

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Will I Get Fired?

April 25, 2016
Will I Get Fired?

If you’ve been injured on the job and have to miss work, you’re probably worrying about your future with the company. Many of us have heard harsh rumors about people being fired for taking too many days off, regardless of the reason. But if you’ve been injured at work, you may...

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Is Your Injury or Illness Work Related?

February 13, 2015
Is Your Injury or Illness Work Related?

As you start a new year on the job, you’re likely already planning for your paid vacation time and hoping not to max out your sick leave. But that paid time off can often slip by much faster than we expect, especially after an injury or sickness leaves you unable to work for days or even...

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5 Misconceptions about Workers’ Comp

January 19, 2015
5 Misconceptions about Workers’ Comp

There’s a lot of misunderstanding out there about workers’ compensation. At Hodge & Langley Law Firm, our first goal is to ensure our clients understand their rights and their cases. So we’re clearing up five misconceptions people have about workers’ compensation.  ...

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