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If you have been injured on the job, you may have questions about how you can get compensation for your financial losses and physical injuries. How do you pay your medical bills? What about lost wages and income? How do you recover for disability, disfigurement, and pain and suffering? You may have heard of workers’ compensation, but don’t know how or where to start to successfully recover full and fair compensation for your losses. You need an experienced South Carolina workers’ compensation lawyer to protect your interests. You need Poliakoff & Associates.

Poliakoff & Associates represents victims of workplace injury. We focus on ensuring that employees injured in a job related accident are fully and fairly compensated. We represent clients throughout South Carolina, including Spartanburg, Greenville, Anderson, and the surrounding areas. Workers’ compensation laws are designed to provide financial awards for injured workers and their dependents to recover medical expenses and lost wages in the event of an injury or fatality.

Our attorneys handle all types of workplace accidents, including those that occur on construction sites and those that result from defective machinery and tools. We also represent workers involved in accidents resulting from exposures to toxic or hazardous materials. We regularly receive referrals from other attorneys asking us to handle lawsuits involving job related exposure to toxic chemicals.

The workers’ compensation claims we handle involve the following types of hazardous materials:

  •     Chlorinated solvents
  •     Formaldehyde
  •     Hydrocarbons
  •     Asbestos
  •     Dyes
  •     Industrial chemicals
  •     Lead
  •     Volatile organic compounds
  •     Insecticides

Workers’ compensation laws are complex and confusing. You need an attorney to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive full and fair compensation for your losses. At Poliakoff & Associates, we handle all workers’ compensation claims on a contingency basis. If there is no recovery, we do not charge you a fee.

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