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Workers’ Compensation

Fighting for Employers and Carriers
Throughout South Carolina

Many challenges can arise in workers’ compensation claims, such as causation, immunity, jurisdiction, statute of limitations, and subrogation. You need an attorney that can counsel you on your rights and minimize your exposure.

At HPLP, we are comfortable navigating the numerous business and legal aspects which exist in any claim. Our experience even extends to litigating cases involving the most complex medical issues, including spinal cord, traumatic brain injuries, psychological injuries, occupational disease actions and claims concerning Medicare’s right to recovery.

A Process Tailored for You

Keeping your best interests at the forefront of each decision, we work closely with you to ensure a full understanding of your industry, tailoring our approach to meet your specific demands. We’re here to personally guide you through the legal process and help manage risk, leverage opportunities and advance your business objectives.

  • Airlines
  • Carpentry
  • Construction
  • Electric
  • Entertainment
  • Factory/Machine Operation
  • Food Service
  • Forestry
  • Healthcare & Hospitals
  • Home Attendant Services
  • Home Installations (cable, HVAC, etc.)
  • Hospitality & Service
  • Law Enforcement
  • Maintenance & Janitorial
  • Manufacturing
  • Metal Work
  • Oil & Gas
  • Retailers
  • Sanitation Companies
  • Staffing Agencies
  • Transit Operations
  • Truck Drivers
  • Warehouse & Distribution
John C. Alfieris
Barrett Burley
Regan A. Cobb, lawyer at HPLP Law
Regan A. Cobb
Timothy B. Killen, attorney at HPLP Law
Timothy B. Killen
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William T. Littlejohn
David M. Padgett
Matthew A. Schonfeld, lawyer at HPLP Law in South Carolina
Matthew A. Schonfeld
Rhonda Smith
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