A workers’ compensation attorney in South Carolina is allowed to charge you up to 1/3 of the benefits that you receive plus the costs that they incur. There is no cap on the fee in South Carolina. In other states, the lawyer may be able to charge a higher or lower fee based on the state laws regulating workers’ compensation.
Questions About Hiring An Attorney
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