South Carolina Workers' Compensation FAQ: Can I Claim Workers' Compensation if I Was Away from Work?

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Workers' Compensation Frequently Asked Question #2: Can I Claim Workers' Compensation if I Was Away from my Normal Workplace During the Accident?

What happens if your injury occurred during work hours, but you were off from your normal jobsite? Will workers compensation still cover your injuries? In this series, South Carolina workers' compensation lawyer George Sink of George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers will walk you through the process of workers compensation step-by-step. If you still have questions, just call 1-800-849-7465 for a FREE case review!

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