Workers’ Compensation Case Requirements Have Changed

Ezell Law Firm LLC advises that the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission put new case requirements into effect June 28.

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The new Mediation process provides injured workers with a faster and sometimes easier option to resolve their claims, and better still, it gives them the chance to actually participate in the resolution and settlement process.

Greenville, SC (PRWEB) July 10, 2013

The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission has put into effect new requirements regarding worker’s compensation cases. Beginning June 28, certain cases will be required to go to a mediator to resolve any disputes without the necessity of a hearing.

Greenville workers compensation attorney Jeff Ezell at the Ezell Law Firm can advise on these new changes.

Jeff Ezell is a South Carolina certified mediator in South Carolina and has nearly 25 years of experience handling all aspects of workers’ compensation claims from the injured worker’s perspective, the employer’s perspective and the insurance company’s perspective. Ezell is happy to discuss the mediation process with any injured worker that might have questions.

The SCWCC website is regularly updated with all of the necessary news and forms regarding workers’ compensation requirements. To read the regulation announcement or for news on the mediation rules please visit: http://www.wcc.sc.gov/Pages/default.aspx. Ezell Law Firm LLC can clear up any questions about the rules and regulation, and provide advice on the best steps to take. Contact them at (864) 326-4002.

About the company

Because on the job injuries and car accidents can affect both the injured person and their families - especially in today's economic climate- the Ezell Law Firm LLC personally takes the time to work with each of their clients to determine their specific individual needs. Jeff Ezell spent over 15 years working for insurance companies, so he knows how they operate. Some years ago, Jeff left the "large insurance firm" life behind and has since concentrated solely upon helping injured workers and victims receive the compensation they deserve. When clients have been hurt at work, suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome or some other repetitive stress injury, have been involved in a serious wreck either in a car, on a motorcycle or a boat, or have been hit while crossing the street or riding a bicycle, they can help. They represent injured people to protect their rights, and to help them recover workers compensation for lost wages and medical bills. Initial consultations are always free. Ezell Law Firm can also help with family law cases, uncontested divorces or with modifying child support payments. For more information visit their website at http://www.personalinjuryattorneysc.com.


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