Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Many employees in Charleston and South Carolina are covered by workers’ compensation insurance. This coverage pays for medical care and rehabilitation therapy after a workplace accident. It can also provide compensation for lost wages and any disability resulting from the accident. You probably feel a level of trust and security if you’re covered by this type of insurance at your job. However, if you’re hurt and file a claim, your employer’s compensation insurance company may try to minimize the extent of your workplace injury. Without the help of a workers’ compensation attorney, you may not get the medical care and benefits you deserve. Uricchio Law Firm will work tenaciously to get you the workers’ compensation settlement you deserve.

We’ll start by offering you a free case evaluation. During this initial meeting, we’ll ask about the circumstances surrounding your workplace injury. Then we’ll get to work to determine if your claim is valid. Our lawyer and staff will review your medical files and talk to you about how your injury has impacted your life. If we determine that your initial medical evaluation did not fully identify the extent of your injury, we will arrange for you to receive a second medical opinion.

Our team will support you through every step of the process. Workers’ comp claims can be complicated, but we’ll always take the time to explain what’s going on. We’ll work with you to get the information the court needs to process and hear your case. When your day in court arrives, we’ll provide aggressive, thorough representation. We’ll fight for you and your family, making sure you’re compensated to the fullest extent allowed by law.

We hope you’re never hurt at work. But if you are, call Uricchio Law Firm to talk about your case. We’re determined to get you the results you deserve.

Cristin Uricchio

Cristin Uricchio

Attorney at Law

Cristin is admitted to practice in the Circuit Courts of South Carolina, The South Carolina Court of Appeals, The South Carolina Supreme Court, and The United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.
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