If you’ve been injured on the job and are filing a workers’ compensation claim, you may be wondering if you can pick your own doctor. You may already have a […]Read more ›
Workers’ compensation is an exclusive remedy system, meaning that it’s the only way a covered employee can get compensated by an employer for injuries or illness sustained on the job. […]Read more ›
If you believe one of these myths, you could end up with less car wreck compensation than you’re entitled to. Myth #1 I can rely on the police report to […]Read more ›
Worker’s Compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance Both workers’ compensation and the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) system are intended to help people who need sources of income at a […]Read more ›
Bicyclists, be careful on the roads. Overall, bicycle riders have a higher risk of injury and death than do motor vehicle drivers, according to the CDC. The risks around bicycle […]Read more ›
There’s no time to delay when you’ve been injured at work. While you have two years to file a workers’ compensation claim in South Carolina, you have only 90 days […]Read more ›
Motor vehicle accidents involving trucks like tractor-trailers and other large commercial trucks are often significantly different from accidents involving only passenger cars. If you’ve been involved in an accident with […]Read more ›
Most of the time, decisions made in other states don’t affect us here in South Carolina. Sometimes, though, the decisions are so big, they could have an impact on our […]Read more ›
If you’ve submitted a claim for Social Security disability (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) in South Carolina and have just found out that your claim was denied, don’t panic […]Read more ›
A hit and run accident is what it sounds like: Someone hits an object, a person, or another vehicle with their vehicle and leaves the scene of the accident without […]Read more ›
Blog AuthorAndrew Barr
Attorney Andrew C. Barr’s practice areas include personal injury, workers’ compensation, and product liability. Andrew graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law and has been practicing law since 1989. He has represented persons in all courts including family court, circuit court, magistrates court, property damage arbitration, mediation, federal court, the SC Court of Appeals and the SC Supreme Court.
Attorney Johnnie Fulton’s practice areas include workers’ compensation and social security disability. She is committed to demonstrating personal and professional ethics and cares sincerely for each of her clients. A graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, Johnnie has been practicing law for over 35 years. Johnnie is very involved in the community, including volunteering her time to groups which promotes the fair treatment of workers and disabled people; and, works to elect candidates who support the rights of South Carolina workers.