Farrin Law Blog

A paramedic bandaging a worker's injured hand.

Aug 19, 2022

How Does Workers’ Comp Work in SC? An Introduction

Private employers in South Carolina reported nearly 30,000 (nonfatal) workplace injuries and illnesses in 2020. Under South Carolina workers’ compensation laws, employers in South Carolina with four or more employees are generally required to carry...
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Man wearing a hard hat welding beams in a factory ceiling frame.

Aug 18, 2022

What to Do When Workers’ Comp Won’t Pay

The North Carolina workers’ compensation system provides benefits for workers who suffer qualifying injuries on the job. However, it’s common for disputes to arise between injured workers, employers, and insurers. So, let’s say you’ve been...
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ALT TEXT: Cars with break lights on, stuck in traffic on a highway.

Aug 17, 2022

Is South Carolina a No-Fault State?

South Carolina is not a no-fault state. There’s a bit more to it than that, though. Different states have different ways of dealing with car accident fault, but that can have a profound effect on...
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Therapist fills out RFC form on clipboard while interviewing soldier in fatigues about his PTSD

Aug 05, 2022

Can You Get Social Security Disability Benefits for PTSD?

Yes, it is possible to receive Social Security Disability benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but you must meet certain requirements, including proper medical documentation. The Social Security Administration (SSA) will review your medical records...
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