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Why Choose Samuels Reynolds Law Firm?

Worker’s Compensation

Attorneys for South Carolina

We understand that being hurt at work can have a significant impact on your life and livelihood. You’re worried about getting the medical care you need, and how you’re going to pay the bills. That’s why we’re passionate at the Samuels Reynolds Law Firm about helping hard-working people who are injured doing their jobs — from first responders and law enforcement to construction workers, plant workers, equipment operators, truck drivers and everyone in between.


Call 803.779.4000 to discuss your case today!

When Do You Need a Workers’ Comp Attorney?

Insurance companies prioritize their own interests over yours. They aren’t on your side, but we are. The Samuels Reynolds Law Firm is here to get you fair treatment, medical care, and compensation.


Don’t worry about the cost of hiring a lawyer or potential conflicts with your employer — your first consultation is free and confidential, and we only get paid if we help you. Attorneys Stephen Samuels & David Beale, and our experienced team will handle the insurance company and your employer so you can focus on getting better.


The South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Process

The South Carolina Workers’ Comp Process is designed to help injured workers with medical expenses and day-to-day expenses while you heal. But the filing process is complicated. If you miss a deadline, you could lose the right to your benefits.


A good workers’ compensation lawyer will handle it all, take away the stress, and get you the help you need. We make sure make sure you don’t miss deadlines, and keep you updated throughout the process.

What You Should Do If You’re Hurt at Work

  • Notify your employer immediately.
  • Ask to be sent to the doctor.
  • Contact an attorney to work with you.

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Injured On The Job

We Will Advocate For You

Contact us for a free workers’ compensation consultation. We’re based in Columbia, South Carolina, and serve hardworking people throughout the state. Call 803.779.4000 to discuss your case today!

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    Types of Workplace Accidents

    Don’t worry if your specific injury or industry isn’t listed here. Contact us and we’ll work it out together.

    Disfigurement & Scarring

    Permanent scarring, disfigurement, and loss of bodily function can result from gas explosions and dangerous power tools.

    Carpal Tunnel & Repetitive Trauma Injuries

    Office workers who spend hours every day on a keyboard may develop carpal tunnel syndrome, which can cause pain, tingling, and numbness in hands and arms.

    Arm, Shoulder, & Leg Injuries

    Operating heavy equipment and machinery can lead to various arm and leg injuries. Shoulder injuries can easily develop from everyday wear and tear and overuse at work while doing activities like lifting.

    Burn Injury

    Negligent handling of flammable substances can cause serious burns and lung damage from smoke inhalation.

    Back & Spine Injuries

    Slip and fall accidents and repetitive trauma injuries are common causes of back and spine injuries, which can cause severe pain and discomfort.

    Injuries to State Employees

    State employees, such as law enforcement, face danger every day, from dealing with criminals to potential injuries from pursuing a suspect at high speeds.

    Construction Injuries

    Falls, electrocution, falling objects, or being crushed between two objects are all potential risks in construction jobs, which account for most work-related injuries and 20 percent of fatalities.

    Work-Related Emotional & Psychiatric Issues

    Stressful jobs can result in mental health issues for workers, including firefighters, airline pilots, event coordinators, and public relations executives.

    Work-Induced Heart Attacks & Strokes

    Too much job-related stress and out-of-town travel can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

    Chemical Exposure

    Exposure to hazardous chemicals (ammonia, chlorine, hydrochloric acid, and sulfuric acid are the most common) can lead to breathing issues or burns.

    Healthcare Injuries

    Healthcare workers are at risk of injury from lifting patients and other heavy objects, along with exposure to radiation, chemicals, viruses, bacteria, and tainted blood.

    Asbestos Exposure

    Asbestos, found in many old buildings, is a contributing factor in many lung diseases.

    Brain Injury

    Traumatic brain injuries can have long-lasting effects ranging from cognitive changes to persistent headaches and personality changes.

    Eye Injuries & Hearing Problems

    Loud work areas and bright light from welding can lead to permanent vision and hearing loss.

    Client Case Settlements

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    Client fell through a roof and suffered a permanent brain injury.

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    Client injured by falling debris while working on a construction site.

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    Denied Workers’ Compensation case where client fell and suffered a permanent brain injury.

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    Client fell from the back of a truck while working.

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    Denied Workers’ Compensation case with severe back injury.

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    Denied Workers’ Compensation case involving multiple injuries.

    Contact Us To Discuss Your Case For Free

    Our entire team is devoted to helping people through each unique situation. Call 803.779.4000 to discuss your case today!

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      Call 803.779.4000 to discuss your case today!