Knowledgeable and impartial resolutions.

That’s what Bill Smith offers as a Workers’ Comp mediator.

Bill Smith understands the South Carolina Workers’ Comp system.

William L. Smith II of Chappell, Smith & Arden has represented thousands of injured employees over the years. As a certified mediator, his 30 years of workers' compensation experience makes the mediation and claims process easier and more expeditious.

 

Mediation can expeditiously resolve Workers' Compensation cases outside of the courtroom, derailing long drawn-out hearings and appeals.

 

The process is usually ordered by the court or mandated by law and it requires the injured worker, the employer/carrier, attorneys for both the worker and the employer/carrier and an impartial mediator to work in harmony toward a fair and just solution for both parties. It relies on the open exchange of ideas and information tempered by a mediator who is experienced in Workers' Comp law as there is no judge or jury involved.

 

William L. (Bill) Smith II, a founding partner of Chappell, Smith & Arden Attorneys at Law, has represented thousands of injured workers over the years. His career focus has always been Workers' Comp and having been active in the SC Workers' Compensation Education Association, the Governor's Advisory Committee on Workers' Compensation and Injured Workers' Advocates makes him uniquely qualified to mediate over all types of South Carolina Workers' Comp cases. Bill has always been at the forefront of new regulations for more than 29 years and has been named a "Best Lawyer in America."

bsmith@csa-law.com     |     888.513.6908     |    803.929.3600

 

Chappell, Smith & Arden, P.A. is located in Columbia, SC and serves clients in and around Orangeburg, Irmo, West Columbia, Lexington, Aiken, Greenville, Spartanburg, Rock Hill, Winnsboro, Camden, Florence, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Summerville, Beaufort and Hilton Head Island. Phone: (803) 929-3600

 

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