South Carolina Supreme Court Addresses Physical Brain Damage


The meaning of "physical brain damage" in the workers' compensation context has been fully addressed by the South Carolina Supreme Court.

The two cases were handed down this week - Sparks v. Palmetto Hardwood, Inc., Opinion No. 27229 (S.C. Sup.Ct. filed March 6, 2013); Crisp v. SouthCo., Inc, Opinion 27230 (S.C. Sup. Ct. filed March 6, 2013).

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