HOW DO I PROVE MY INJURY HAPPENED AT WORK?

If your workplace injury was the result of a sudden, traumatic event (such as a box of heavy materials falling from a high shelf and striking you), there should be no question that the injury happened on the job. Even in such a case, however, as an injured worker, you have an obligation to report the injury to your employer if you are able. An accident report should be generated as soon after the event as possible.

If, however, your job-related injury took place over a period of time, you are likely to face greater challenges proving that it happened at work. A back injury or a repetitive stress injury (such as carpal tunnel syndrome) may have been the result of work activities, but proving it will require more than your testimony. Your employer’s workers’ compensation insurer may claim that a pre-existing injury is the real problem. In this case, the assistance of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney serving Columbia, Greenville & Orangeburg, SC is crucial.

When South Carolina attorney Ryan Montgomery acts as your legal advocate after a workplace accident, you can expect a careful review of medical evidence. Ryan Montgomery, Attorney at Law, LLC, will work with expert witnesses as necessary to prepare compelling arguments for the full workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to. We can help answer the question “How do I prove my injury happened at work?” to your employer’s workers’ compensation insurer’s satisfaction.

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