Wilder Pantazis Law Group is dedicated to providing the highest quality of legal services in South Carolina Workers’ Compensation.
We understand the confusion and frustration that often results when you get hurt on the job. While coping with pain and injuries and working towards your physical recovery, there are phone calls to be made, forms to be filled out, communication that must take place between your employer, insurance companies, doctors’ offices, nurse case managers …. the list goes on and on.
Knowing your rights is half the battle, and the Wilder Pantazis Law Group can help you obtain the benefits you deserve
Meeting with an attorney is always recommended when you’ve been hurt at work, as the workers’ compensation system is very complex and it is often difficult to figure out which benefits are available to you and how to go about receiving them.
Services We Offer to You in Managing Your South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Claim:
- Regularly working to secure all benefits owed to you, according to your case
- Communicating with the insurance company and the adjustor assigned to your claim;
- Assist with authorization for medical treatment;
- File your travel reimbursement requests;
- Order your medical records;
- Discuss your treatment with you and/or your doctor;
- File the correct forms with the Industrial Commission;
- Recommend physicians for second opinions;
- Negotiate a settlement to your claim;
- If necessary, try your case before the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission.
Our firm will also explain how other available benefits, such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security Disability, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, your Health Insurance policy, and any third party claims affect your workers’ compensation claim.
Payment & Fees
Consultations with Beau Wilder for Workers’ Compensation Cases Are Always Free of Charge.
All workers’ compensation cases are taken on a “contingency fee” basis. This means that you pay no money up front for a lawyer and there is no fee for a consultation. Instead, your lawyer will take the fee as a percentage of your settlement. The law in South Carolina generally restricts an attorney from changing more than 33% of your settlement or award. You are still responsible for any costs associated with obtaining the settlement or award, such as the fees for gathering your medical records. These costs do not have to be paid up front; instead, they will be reimbursed to the attorney out of the settlement proceeds.