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May 2018 Blog

  • Fundamentals Series: Stopping TTD Payments in South Carolina

    Although we typically use our blog to report news and developments in SC Workers’ Compensation Law, from time to time it helps to get back to basics.  We hope our “Workers’ Comp Fundamentals” series will be useful as a learning tool for those who are relatively new to the world of workers’ compensation, while providing…

    Posted 5/22/2018
  • Change of Condition Revisited

    Many of you might remember the case Leslie Whitten and our appellate attorneys handled, Wilson v Charleston County School District, wherein the SC Court of Appeals, in March of 2017, ruled that it was not necessary for a claimant to actually prove that she had suffered a change of condition within a year after the…

    Posted 5/7/2018
  • “So you have a brain—but is it severe and permanent enough?”

    You probably remember the old days when a claimant would hit their head on something; go to a neuropsychologist who would say that they had “cognitive difficulties” as a result of the head injury. Of course, this same claimant would be permanently and totally disabled because of the back injury that they suffered at the…

    Posted 5/2/2018