Employees who get paralyzed or brain damaged at work need workers comp the most. A workers' comp attorney explains your rights to extensive benefits, assuming you can prove you're entitled to them. Because these benefits are extremely costly, don't expect the insurance company to pay them easily. And you've got enough on your plate if you're dealing with the physical and emotional toll of these injuries. Let us bear that burden for you. Contact us for a FREE meeting to start letting us handle the medical evidence, mounds of paperwork, and insurance company- so you can focus on building the best life possible.


We're talking about workers compensation benefits for paralysis and brain damage. There’s guaranteed benefits and there's potential benefits. The guaranteed benefits come in two forms. First, lifetime, financial, permanent, disability compensation. That means for the rest of your life you get a check every week that's equal to about two-thirds of your average weekly wage. The second part of it is lifetime medical care related to your injury. Now potential benefits, you might qualify for these if you prove your case the right way. If you do, the insurance company can be ordered to provide you things like a handicap accessible home or van, home therapy and exercise equipment and even home health care.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury this profound you've got more than enough on your plate just dealing with the emotional and physical demands of these injuries. Don’t risk short changing yourself by dealing with an insurance company that makes money taken advantage of folks like you. You need an experienced advocate who can deliver your legal care just as compassionately and with as much strength as your doctors deliver your medical care. These are your rights to given yourself the best livelihood and medical care you can have in this situation.

Don't stand alone. Let us bear that burden for you so you don't have to worry about it. I thank you for thinking about this with me.

Rob Usry
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Rob is a Spartanburg personal injury lawyer. Rob also practices as a workers' compensation attorney.