Is there a fresh new way to approach the claims process when dealing with workers’ compensation matters?
Collins & Lacy’s attorney Rebecca Rayner has had the pleasure of speaking with Joe Paonessa of J.P. Investigative Group to help you understand what role investigations play in workers’ compensation cases. Head here to tune in to this new Legal Bench episode, recorded live at the 2021 South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association Meeting in… Continue Reading
South Carolina has a new state-of-the-art burn injury center within MUSC in Charleston, and Collins & Lacy’s attorney Lauren Trask caught up with its Chief of Burn Surgery at the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association Meeting in Myrtle Beach. Dr. Steven Kahn explains the latest procedures for burn treatment in the new episode of… Continue Reading
What training and risk management strategies are utilized by a large road and bridge construction company? Collins & Lacy Workers’ Compensation attorney, Jennifer Newman, speaks with Jeffrey Hanson of the United Infrastructure Group on today’s podcast episode. Listen here.
Whether an Employer regularly employed four or more employees, and thus, was subject to the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act and the Notice Requirement were fully addressed by the South Carolina Court of Appeals in Hartzell v. Palmetto Collision, LLC, and South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Uninsured Employers Fund, Opinion No. 5176 (S.C. Ct. App. File October 9, 2013). The… Continue Reading