HIP INJURIES

For purposes of determining amounts of workers’ compensation benefits, South Carolina laws specify “scheduled values” for particular body parts such as shoulders, hips, arms or legs. Hips were recently added as a new category, whereas previously an injured hip counted the same as an injured leg. A hip injury can bring an injured worker 280 weeks of benefits, up from the previous 196 weeks of benefits for an injured leg.

This difference acknowledges the significance of a hip injury to a manual laborer. If you have suffered a hip injury on the job, you can also pursue coverage for medical treatment as well as benefits for permanent, partial disability or total and permanent disability.

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Hip Replacement Might Be Necessary — You Need A Strong Advocate

Do your doctors say that you should have a hip replacement following a hip injury on the job? Workers’ compensation medical benefits may pay for this surgery, as well as lifetime replacements as necessary. Ryan Montgomery, Attorney at Law, LLC, assists clients seeking maximum available compensation after a hip injury on the job or in any other type of accident. Our Greenville, SC personal injury law firm has a track record of favorable settlements and verdicts for people who have suffered serious and catastrophic injuries in all types of circumstances.

Greenville Workers’ compensation and personal injury lawyer Ryan Montgomery’s qualifications relevant to hip injury cases are obvious, as he has been:

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To schedule your free consultation with Greenville hip injury attorney Ryan Montgomery, call 864-207-4764. You may also contact him by email.

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