The Law of Workers’ Compensation Insurance in South Carolina, 7th Edition



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Principal Authors and Editors:

Grady L. Beard

Shannon Till Poteat

Vernon R. Sumwalt, Jr.

Margaret "Marti" Miles Bluestein

Allison P. Sullivan

Derrick L. Williams

M. Malissa Burnette 





Since its introduction in 1992, The Law of Workers' Compensation Insurance in South Carolina has been this State's most thorough and scholarly resource on this technical and complex area of law. With research current through May 2019, this important publication contains expert analysis of every major area of Workers' Compensation law and practice. Written with the practicing attorney in mind, The Law of Workers' Compensation Insurance in South Carolina, Seventh Edition, is comprehensive, meticulously researched, practical and affordable.

Our distinguished authors and editors have more than 100 years of combined experience in the practice of workers' compensation law in South Carolina, representing Employees, Employers, Insurance Carriers, and Regulators. In this Seventh Edition, they have taken great care to ensure that the material is presented in a thorough, accurate, and balanced manner that will appeal to both Claimants' and Defendants' attorneys. Also, new for this Seventh Edition, the authors invited Malissa Burnette to author a new chapter on employment law issues relating to workers' compensation.



Summary of Contents:

Chapter 1: Practice and Procedure

Chapter 2: Persons Covered

Chapter 3: Accident

Chapter 4: Arising Out of Employment

Chapter 5: Course of Employment

Chapter 6: Specific Injuries

Chapter 7: Defenses and Misconduct

Chapter 8: Benefits

Chapter 9: Third-Party Actions

Chapter 10: Exclusive Remedy

Chapter 11: Occupational Diseases

Chapter 12: Appeals

Chapter 13: State Fund

Chapter 14: The Social Security/Workers' Compensation Offset

Chapter 15: Medicare

Chapter 16: Convergence of Employment Laws
                      and the Workers' Compensation Act



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