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David Vance Benson

Workers’ Compensation

212 East Black Street
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
Ph: 803-599-3080



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David Benson was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 1984. He focuses on solving the problems that injured workers have with their employers and workers’ compensation insurance companies. He has had a successful workers’ compensation practice for 25 years.  David became a Circuit Court Mediator in 2014.

 

Education

J.D., Ohio Northern University, 1984
Recognized as Most Outstanding Law Review Member
Research Asst. for Professor Vernon Traster
Clerk for Third District Court of Appeals in Ohio

B.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 1976

Reported Cases

Bass v. Isoche, 365 C.c. 454, 617 S.E.2d 369 (Ct. App. 2005):
Denied workers’ compensation case over reporting a repetitive trauma injury. Lost at first and second hearing. Won in Court of Common Pleas and affirmed by Court of Appeals. This landmark case changed how repetitive trauma cases are to be reported.

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

York County Bar Association
Member: since 1984

South Carolina Bar Association
Member: since 1984

South Carolina Association for Justice
Member

American Association for Justice
Member

Injured Workers’ Advocates
Member

South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association
Member

Circuit Court Mediator (2014-current)

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