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  • South Carolina WORKERS’ COMPENSATION Labor Law Poster

    IF YOU ARE INJURED ON THE JOB, YOU SHOULD:
    1. Notify your employer at once. You can’t receive benefits unless your employer knows you’re injured.
    2. Tell the doctor your employer sends you to that you’re covered by Workers’ Comp.
    3. Notify the Workers’ Comp. Provider below or the S.C. Workers’ Comp. Commission
    WORKERS’ COMPENSATION:
    1. Pays 100% of your medical bills and some other expenses.
    2. Compensates you for 66 2/3% of your salary, limited to the
    maximum wage set by law, if you are unable to work for more than seven (7) calendar days.

    WE ARE OPERATING UNDER AND SUBJECT TO THE
    S. C. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ACT
    In case of al injury or to an employee, the injured employee, or someone acting in his or her behalf, must give immediate notice to the employer or general authorized agent. Failure to give such immediate notice may be the cause of serious delay in the payment of compensation to the injured employee or his or her dependents and may result in failure to receive any compensation benefits under the law.
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