Workers’ Compensation

Bluffton Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Hilton Head, Bluffton & Myrtle Beach workers' compensation lawyers

While on-the-job and workplace injuries are likely covered by workers’ compensation laws, it is advisable that immediately upon being injured, an employee should notify his or her employer and obtain legal advice or retain workers’ compensation lawyers. It is not uncommon for an employer to deny knowledge of the injury, assert that the injured person is an independent contractor and not an employee, or entirely deny knowledge of the injured person when the employer has paid the injured person in cash only. These are just some of the reasons why you may want to seek legal advice from a workers compensation attorney.

An injured employee may be entitled to medical treatment for the injures sustained, a certain amount of money during the time period for which the injured worker cannot work and has been held out of work by a doctor, and money and other compensation for permanent scars and injuries.

Failure of an injured employee to properly and timely notify and file a claim for an on-the-job or workplace injury may result in the injured employee being forever barred from later asserting a claim under workers’ comp laws. Your workers’ compensation lawyers should advise you of your rights and work with the insurance adjuster or opposing party to obtain all of the benefits you are entitled to under the workers’ compensation laws.

Construction Defects
Third Party Claims for Workplace Injuries
Permanent Injuries
Machine Defects
Co-Worker Injuries
Injuries Due to a Fall
On-the-job Car Accidents
Hip Injuries
Back Injuries
Shoulder Injuries
Multiple Body Part Injuries
Carpel Tunnel Injuries
Repetitive Trauma or Exposure Injuries
Injuries with Broken or Fractured Bones

Okatie, SC Office Location

110 Traders Cross
Okatie, SC 29909

Back, neck, hand, and knee injuries, scars, carpel tunnel syndrome and other injuries resulting from repetitive acts, cuts, gashes, and wounds, and other injuries and trauma are often covered under under workers’ compensation laws. Aggravation of pre-existing conditions and exposure to substances and conditions are also often covered injuries under workers’ compensation laws.

Your attorneys should accept your case on a contingent fee basis, meaning that you do not pay your attorney by the hour or up front and that your attorney’s compensation is contingent, or depends upon, obtaining money and other compensation for you in your workers’ compensation claim, matter, and case.

Please feel free to contact our offices to schedule a consultation, either in person, by phone, Skype, or FaceTime with one of our employment attorneys. We do not charge for consultations and would be happy to speak with you. Serving all areas of Beaufort and Jasper Counties including Bluffton, Okatie, Hilton Head Island, Ridgeland, Hardeeville, Burton and Beaufort.


Hilton Head Office
22 New Orleans Rd #1
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Mailing Address
Post Office Box 7228
Hilton Head Island, SC 29938

Telephone: (843) 686-5500
Facsimile: (843) 686-5501
E-mail Zach Naert
E-mail Joseph DuBois