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Work Injuries in Georgia

Workers’ compensation requires employers and their insurance companies to do three things.

  1. Pay weekly benefits if an injury at work keeps you from earning your regular pay.
  2. Provide medical care for a work-related injury.
  3. Pay some money for permanent damage to your body.

If you have been hurt at work, there is a lot you need to know:

First, is the insurance adjuster working for me?

What can I do if the insurance company will not pay for my medical care?

What if the insurance company refuses to help replace my lost wages?

What are the time limits on my workers’ compensation benefits?

If I am seriously injured, can the insurance company enforce their time limits?

What if I am not sure about my doctor?

Do I have to settle my case?

Does my employer have to hold my job for me?

Experienced Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

For over 35 years, our attorneys have represented clients in their most important legal matters. We handle both big and small issues, and are here to remove the burden from our clients so they can focus on their recovery and family. That process starts with a free case evaluation during which we will listen to you and gain a in depth understanding of the facts related to your injury. We will clearly explain your options, as well as all the legal protections available to you as injured worker in Georgia. Finally, if you decide to hire our firm, we will do everything possible to ensure you receive full and fair financial compensation as quickly as possible.

Contact Our Workers’ Comp Team Today

Our firm has earned a reputation for moving workers’ compensation cases forward as quickly as possible. However, like all issues involving the legal system, work comp claims take time. That is why it is very important to start your process for obtaining treatment and compensation today. Please contact our office at 912-285-4694 to speak with one of our experienced attorneys. All information is kept strictly confidential.