Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Workers’ Compensation Benefits Lawyers in Anderson, South Carolina
If you have had your workers’ compensation benefits denied in South Carolina, you need an experienced lawyer who can help you to get the compensation that you need. At Senerius & Tye, Attorneys at Law, our workers’ compensation benefits lawyers provide clients in upstate South Carolina with legal guidance and representation in their workers’ compensation claims. To learn more about how our law firm can help you to receive the benefits that you deserve, contact Senerius & Tye, Attorneys at Law.
Our workers’ compensation benefits lawyers help clients in upstate South Carolina receive the benefits they are entitled to after being injured at their worksites. We help clients who have been disabled during gainful employment and have worked sufficient quarters to qualify under the workers’ compensation statutes. We also represent clients who have been injured due to the negligence or reckless behavior of a third party while they were on the job site.
Going through a workers’ compensation claim can be difficult. You have to deal with the injury you suffered, along with going to the doctor and other issues, as well as providing the income that you and your family need. At Senerius & Tye, Attorneys at Law, our attorneys understand that this is a difficult time in your life and we do everything in our power to make the workers’ compensation process as easy and stress free as possible.
At Senerius & Tye, Attorneys at Law, we give legal advice and representation to injured parties in the Anderson, South Carolina, area. This includes the counties of Pickens, Anderson, Abbeville, Oconee, Greenville, and Greenwood, and the cities of Anderson, Centerville and Seneca.
You deserve compensation for the injuries you have sustained while on the job site. At Senerius Law Firm, our experienced workers’ compensation benefits lawyer can help you file a claim for benefits, or provide assistance if you have had your workers’ compensation benefits denied in South Carolina.