If you're seriously hurt at work, you need medical care fast, before you get worse. No one knows how bad you're hurt more than you, and you can't expect your co-workers or supervisor to take care of you.
Most importantly, to get medical care and ANY benefits from workers' comp, you've got to tell your employer you got hurt. There's some things in life you've got to do on your own, and this is one of them.
Luckily, in this brief video, South Carolina workers compensation lawyer Rob Usry gives guidance on how to notify your employer the right way to get you on the road to benefits.