Yes! This could be a workers comp claim and he would get 100% of medical coverage. Contact an experienced South Carolina workers comp attorney. The consultation is usually free, at least with me it is.
Consult a workers comp lawyer asap. You would hope that with family, they would be more concerned. Depending on your state law, there may be penalties for not providing a safe place to work. There could be laws relating to the maintenace of vehicles that are being violated.
This is a worker's comp. claim since he was injured at work. Your husband needs to report this ASAP and get the right medical care.
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I'm sorry to hear about this. Yes, it sounds like he has a viable workers comp claim, thus, retain a workers comp attorney in your state from Avvo. Hope he gets well.
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You need to make sure your husband obtains proper medical care immediately. He should contact a workers compensation attorney as soon as possible to review filing a compensationi claim.
This is a workers comp case. Hire an attorney to handle his case. Good luck!
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