24 Years Workers’ Compensation Trial Experience
Former ICU Registered Nurse (RN)
Former Workers’ Compensation Insurance Defense Attorney
After being injured at work, many of our clients are initially afraid of losing their jobs and are not sure if they even want to pursue a claim. In these difficult times, these are good people in tough financial situations that need help. Attorney Robert J. Reeves has practiced workers’ compensation law for over 24 years and knows how to protect your rights as well as your job. As a former workers’ compensation insurance defense lawyer, he knows what a carrier needs to quickly evaluate your claim and get your benefits started. If denied, he will fight at a Hearing to get what you deserve.
As a former ICU Registered Nurse (RN), he understands complex injury cases and can get the necessary medical opinions from your treating physicians. Over the years, Mr. Reeves has encountered virtually every type of serious workers’ compensation injury case. Given his unique background and extensive experience, he stands ready to fight for you and your family.
Many of our clients live in South Carolina but work in North Carolina, and vice versa. Unfortunately, there are unlicensed lawyers that nevertheless give advice thinking the laws are basically the same. Be careful. The workers compensation laws between our two States vary dramatically, and each jurisdiction has its own unique procedures. This is not the time to have an unqualified attorney guess. You need a trained and experienced workers’ compensation lawyer who can effectively represent you in either venue.
Our law firm proudly serves residents throughout South Carolina, including those in the greater York County, SC area (including Charlotte, Fort Mill and Rock Hill), the Columbia, SC area (including the counties of Richland, Lexington, and Kershaw), and the Charleston area (including Charleston and Dorchester Counties).
Over the years, we have helped literally thousands of clients with on the job injuries involving:
- Neck (Cervical)
- Lower Back (Lumbar)
- Shoulder (Rotator Cuff)
- Knee (Meniscus)
- Bulging/Herniated Disks
- Discectomy and/or Fusion surgery
- Lung (Asbestosis)
- Eye Injury
- Hearing Loss
- Burns (fire or chemical)
- Paralysis (Paraplegia or Quadraplegia)
- Permanent and Total Disability
Carefully compare our firm’s credentials. We would welcome an opportunity to sit down and personally review your case. Call us today for a private consultation.
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