Workers' Compensation

Personal Injury

Protecting Workers' Rights During Compensation Claims

Suffering a serious on-the-job injury can set you back physically, emotionally and financially. You are concerned about getting started with the proper medical treatment, receiving your paycheck regularly, being treated fairly by your employer upon your return and most importantly keeping your job. With David Yokel you will have an attorney who is accessible and knowledgeable to listen to your concerns and deal with your employer.

With the assistance of a skilled workers' compensation lawyer, David Yokel will work closely with you to assure you receive all the benefits you may be entitled to pursuant to the Workers' Compensation Act for your work accident.

David Yokel has over 35 years of experience focused on protecting your legal rights and obtaining for you the best result considering all the circumstances. Contact David Yokel today at 864-240-2066 or send us an email at to schedule your appointment. David Yokel serves Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson and all of upstate South Carolina.

David Yokel successfully brought numerous workers' compensation claims. Some of the injury matters he has handled include:

  • Back injury/brain injury
  • Wrist and elbow injuries
  • Rotator cuff and shoulder injuries
  • Hip, knee and leg injuries
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
  • Work-related heart attack
  • Equipment injuries
  • Chemical burns
  • Psychological/mental injury (i.e., including depression that develops as a result of chronic pain)

A Note on Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive motion is one of the most common causes of workplace injury. The stress can accumulate over time, eventually leading to a debilitating injury that may become chronic. Repetitive stress injuries (RSI) take the form of carpal tunnel syndrome, edema, tendinitis, "tennis elbow," knees, backs and other ailments. These claims can be a challenge legally, but David Yokel embraces the opportunity to help people suffering from RSI.

In addition to physical ailments and injury, a workers' compensation claim also can be brought for a mental ailment, such as depression, that can develop as a result of the chronic pain endured or as a result of a mental injury without any physical injury under very specific circumstances. Under these situations, consultation with an attorney is very necessary and should be done immediately.

Contact a Workers' Compensation Attorney

Contact David Yokel if you have suffered a work injury or an illness as a result of an unsafe or unhealthy work environment.