Car Accident While Working
Generally, when an individual is involved in a car accident while working, they will recover compensation through a workers’ compensation claim for medical expenses and time away from work. Yet, what many do not realize is that workers’ compensation does not provide full compensation for an individual’s injuries. While their basic medical needs are covered, pain and suffering are not considered or included. For this reason, it is important to seek legal guidance if you’ve been hurt in a car accident while on the job.
The Taylor Anderson Law Firm understands that injuries sustained in a car accident may vary from minor bumps and bruises to severe or catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord damage. There’s no doubt—these injuries will require extensive medical care and perhaps an extended leave of absence from work. Thus, Taylor Anderson assists victims and families in seeking additional compensation from a third party for pain and suffering, as well as other losses.
For a free review of your car accident and help with your claim, call the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today.
Injured While Driving On The Job?
For those in Charleston, West Ashley, James Island, or anywhere in South Carolina or Georgia, who have been injured while driving on the job, the Taylor Anderson Law Firm is the trusted and experienced representation needed to help you obtain justice and full compensation for your injuries.
While victims may recoup compensation through a workers’ compensation claim, some cases benefit when injured individuals seek additional compensation from the at-fault driver. This is made possible by suing the third-party driver for injuries and other damages.
Taylor Anderson has experience handling automobile accident cases. For a free consultation to discuss your accident and injuries, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today.