2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 42 - Workers' Compensation
CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 1 Short title; Definitions
- Section 42-1-10. Short title.
- Section 42-1-20. Application of definitions.
- Section 42-1-30. "Adoption" and "adopted" defined.
- Section 42-1-40. "Average weekly wages" defined.
- Section 42-1-50. "Average weekly wage in this State for the preceding fiscal year" defined.
- Section 42-1-60. "Carrier" and "insurer" defined.
- Section 42-1-70. "Child", "grandchild", "brother" and "sister" defined.
- Section 42-1-80. "Commission" defined.
- Section 42-1-90. "Commission" defined; reference to administrative or judicial department.
- Section 42-1-100. "Compensation" defined.
- Section 42-1-110. "Death" defined.
- Section 42-1-120. "Disability" defined.
- Section 42-1-130. "Employee" defined.
- Section 42-1-140. "Employer" defined.
- Section 42-1-150. "Employment" defined.
- Section 42-1-160. "Injury" and "personal injury" defined.
- Section 42-1-170. "Parent" defined.
- Section 42-1-172. Definitions.
- Section 42-1-175. "Surviving spouse" defined.
ARTICLE 3 Application and Effect of title
- Section 42-1-310. Presumption of acceptance of provisions of title.
- Section 42-1-315. Applicability of title respecting work-related injuries to program participants.
- Section 42-1-320. Applicability to public entities and their employees.
- Section 42-1-360. Exemption of casual employees and certain other employments.
- Section 42-1-380. Waiver of exemption by employer.
- Section 42-1-390. Withdrawal of waiver of exemption by employer.
- Section 42-1-400. Liability of owner to workmen of subcontractor.
- Section 42-1-410. Liability of contractor to workmen of subcontractor.
- Section 42-1-415. Representation of coverage; reimbursement from Uninsured Employers' Fund.
- Section 42-1-420. Liability of subcontractor to workmen of sub-subcontractor.
- Section 42-1-430. Construction of title when proceedings are against owner or contractor.
- Section 42-1-440. Indemnity of principal contractor.
- Section 42-1-450. Workman may recover from subcontractor.
- Section 42-1-460. Contracts subject to title.
- Section 42-1-470. Coverage of prisoners and convicts generally.
- Section 42-1-480. Coverage for inmates of the State Department of Corrections.
- Section 42-1-490. Payments to claimant-inmates of State Department of Corrections.
- Section 42-1-500. County or municipal prisoners.
- Section 42-1-505. Coverage of convicted persons under custody or supervision of Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services.
- Section 42-1-520. Defenses available to employer operating under title when employee is not so operating.
- Section 42-1-540. Employee's rights and remedies under title exclude all others against employer.
- Section 42-1-550. Rights against third persons prior to award.
- Section 42-1-560. Right to compensation not affected by liability of third party; rights and remedies against third party.
- Section 42-1-570. Amount of compensation not admissible in suits against third parties.
- Section 42-1-580. Effect of rights of third party against employer on employee's recovery.
- Section 42-1-590. Compensability of injuries to illegally employed minor.
- Section 42-1-600. Suits by public employees.
- Section 42-1-610. Agreement or regulation does not limit liability of employer.
- Section 42-1-620. Agreements of employee to waive rights invalid.
- Section 42-1-630. Situation in which provisions of title are not admissible in trial.
- Section 42-1-640. Performance of statutory duty not excused.
- Section 42-1-650. Limitation of actions after claim erroneously made.
- Section 42-1-660. Immunity from liability on construction projects; exceptions.
- Section 42-1-700. Specificity of description of injured or affected body parts; Employee's Notice of Claim and Request for Hearing (Form 50).
- Section 42-1-705. Employer's Answer to Request for Hearing (Form 51); specificity as to possible defenses.
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