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    Workers’ Compensation

    When you are in an accident at work or develop an injury over time as the result of your job, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Under South Carolina law a workers’ compensation claim differs from a personal injury claim in that you will not need to prove that your employer was negligent or was at fault. Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system in South Carolina. As a result, you can receive compensation for any type of work injury to help you cover the costs. With that in mind it stands to reason that you would want to enlist the help of our experienced workers’ comp lawyers in Greenville, South Carolina to ensure you get and any all benefits and forms of compensation you are entitled to under South Carolina workers’ compensation law.

    Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Ryan Montgomery is committed to helping clients who have been injured at work in Greenville, South Carolina. From Richland to Greenville, we serve residents throughout Anderson County, Greenville County and Spartanburg County and more.

    Named as a South Carolina Super Lawyer in the area of workers’ compensation, Mr. Montgomery knows how to protect you, your health and your future after an accident on the job. To speak with him about your workers’ comp claim in a free consultation, contact him by dialing (864) 406-3776.

    We Help Injured Workers

    Greenville Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Ryan Montgomery helps those who have sustained an on the job injury throughout upstate South Carolina. This is regardless of what industry you work in or what company you wok for. Over the course of his legal career he has successfully represented injured workers in industries such as automotive industry workers, construction workers, laborers, carpenters, electricians, service industry workers, teachers, accountants, executives, healthcare workers, shipping industry workers and professional drivers.

    Injured workers’ have rights under South Carolina law and they need to be protected. Employees, particularly those employed by large companies, may feel as they cannot take on their employer in a workers’ compensation claim. Sometimes large companies may immediately deny the claim if an attorney is not involved. This is both unfair and unjust and Mr. Montgomery will not stand for it. He is more than willing to represent you no matter how large your employer is. He has successfully handled work comp claims against some of the largest Greenville County employers. These include, but are not limited to:

    BMW, GE, Lear, Lockheed Martin, Benore logistics, ZF transmissions, Koyo bearings, United technologies, South Eastern freight lines, Greenville Health System, Bon Secours Health System, Michelin, Greenville City and County Government, Fluor Corporation, House of Raeford, Drive Automotive, Mitsubishi, Honeywell and Nutra Mfg.

    If you work for any of these companies, or any company in Greenville County, and have suffered an on the job injury please understand you do not have to go through this alone. Let Mr. Montgomery go to work for you and get you the compensation you deserve.

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      South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Process

      In the aftermath of a work-related injury, you will be facing a number of challenges. In addition to the physical recovery and lost wages, most injured workers face significant challenges in the workers’ compensation process. Without experience in this specific area of law, most people have no idea where to begin the process or how to protect their own interests and right to fair compensation for the injuries or illnesses they have suffered. At Ryan Montgomery, Attorney at Law, LLC, we can help. We have a wealth of experience representing injured workers in and around Greenville, South Carolina. We understand the significant challenges you are facing, and we will do everything we can to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

      If you have been injured or have become ill at work, it is important for you to have some understanding of the process ahead and to know what you will need to do to protect your rights.

      Medical attention: If you have been in a serious accident or are ill, the most important first step is to seek medical attention right away.

      Reporting your accident: To make a claim, you will need to report the incident to your employer within 90 days.

      Employer-directed medical care: At this point, if your case is admitted, you will receive medical care directed by your employer and its insurance carrier. In many cases, the assessments made and medical care recommended by “the company doctors” will be conservative and will fail to treat every aspect of your long-term symptoms and complications.

      Claim denials: In far too many cases, legitimate employee injury claims are denied outright. Either they claim there are no injuries or that the injuries did not happen at work.

      We have seen many instances in which injured workers received inadequate medical care or the outright denials of legitimate claims. Talk with a lawyer right away. We can help you with any aspect of the process, from the initial claim through all types of workers’ compensation appeals.

      Appealing South Carolina Workers' Comp Claims

      A work-related illness or injury is stressful enough, but this stress only increases if your legitimate workers’ compensation claim has been denied. If your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, talk with a lawyer right away who can help you through the appellate processes. Spartanburg Workmans’ Compensation Attorney Ryan Montgomery will help you understand the options available to you and walk you through the complex legal process of securing full and fair compensation for you. We have a wealth of experience representing clients in all types of workers’ compensation appeals throughout Greenville, South Carolina.

      At Ryan Montgomery, Attorney at Law, LLC, we can represent you through both types of appeals if that’s what it takes to help you obtain the compensation you need after a work-related injury.

      Since they both use the term “appeal,” many people confuse the two main types of appeals available in workers’ compensation claims:

      Appealing within the system: The workers’ compensation system in South Carolina allows for appeals. This is different from an appeal within the court system. A workers’ compensation appeal of this type involves another agent within the system reviewing the facts and evidence to reconsider a claim denial.

      Bringing the case to a higher court: This is a civil within the appellate court system. This is the same legal process as an appeal of any type of civil case, like a personal injury or other tort claim. An appeal of this kind involves an appellate judge reviewing the case from a legal standpoint to determine whether the decision should be overturned.

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