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Determined Workers' Comp. Attorneys Explaining the Ins & Outs of Statues of Limitations

Lexington Statute of Limitations

South Carolina Injury Attorney

If you have been injured in an on the job accident in South Carolina you may be entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits. But in order to maintain eligibility for these benefits your claim must be filed in accordance with the time limits prescribed by South Carolina law.

For employees of most private employers the Statute of Limitations for South Carolina Workers' Compensation claims is two years. Injured employees cannot however assume that they in fact have that much time. Less time may apply in certain specific situations.

If you have been injured at work the most important thing, after you receive your emergency or initial medical care, is to ensure that your claim has been properly filed and submitted to the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission. By doing so you can ensure that you remain eligible for the full slate of benefits that you are entitled to. The only way to be sure that you comply with the appropriate rule for your situation is to consult with an attorney.

At the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, located in Lexington, South Carolina, we help our clients in Columbia, Lexington and throughout the surrounding arrears properly file their Workers' Compensation claims. There is no cost or obligation to meet with our injury law attorney about your claim.

To schedule your appointment contact our office at (888) 304-2418.

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