I am an advocate, communicator, and wordsmith. I am also a certified Mediator and... more
I am an advocate, communicator, and wordsmith. I am also a certified Mediator and have served as a Special Referee. I serve my clients - individuals and small businesses - in situations that could end up in a trial, hearing or mediation, and/or advise them on how to stay away from problems with well worded agreements and well thought out plans. Lots of advice, fact finding, research and just pl... view profile
We represent working people who have been injured. At the law office of Holly... more
We represent working people who have been injured. At the law office of Holly Saleeby Atkins, LLC, we represent working people who have been injured on the job. We get denied claims accepted; we help injured workers receive proper medical care; and, we make sure they receive their weekly benefits. Our goal is to provide the utmost in quality representation for our clients in order to acc... view profile
Mr. Bayne’s practice focuses on workers’ compensation defense.He received his law... more
Mr. Bayne’s practice focuses on workers’ compensation defense.He received his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he was inducted into the John Belton O’Neall Inn of Court. He holds bachelor’s degrees in political science and sociology from Baylor University. Prior to joining MG&C, Mr. Bayne served as law clerk to the Honorable G. Thomas Cooper, Jr.Mr. Bayne is... view profile
If you are an employee who has been injured or disabled on the job, you may require the services of a workers' compensation lawyer. Usually administered at the state level, workers' compensation can include weekly wage payments, money for financial losses due to the injury, and paid medical expenses. If an employee is killed on the job, then his family can receive the workers' compensation. Workers' compensation lawyers interpret workers' compensation laws and can help if you have a job-related injury.