worker’s compensation law
Georgia Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Suffering an injury at work can be stressful and daunting. Georgia employees are typically eligible for workers’ compensation from the moment they become employed. Workers’ compensation provides benefits for employees who receive injuries on the job. Additionally, workers who receive a diagnosis of work-related diseases are usually entitled to workers’ compensation. Receiving workers’ compensation benefits entitle an employee to medical care and a steady paycheck.
Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Fight for Our Clients’ Rights
If you have suffered an on the job injury in Georgia, receiving workers’ compensation benefits can help you focus on your recovery. At Smith Hulsey Law, our workers’ compensation lawyers have helped many employees secure benefits. Contact our law firm today to schedule your initial consultation. We understand how stressful the workers’ compensation process can become. We help our clients from start to finish so they can focus on recovering from their injuries. From filing the workers’ compensation claim to helping our clients find a doctor, we are there every step of the way.
What is Workers Compensation in Georgia?
Which Employees are Eligible for Workers’ Compensation in Georgia?
How to Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Georgia
Our Lawyers Fight Hard Against Insurance Companies That Deny Claims
What to do After a Work-Related Injury in Georgia
Employees should report their on-the-job injury to their supervisors immediately. Next, it is important to seek medical care and follow the instructions of their doctor as closely as possible. Workers’ compensation applicants should keep all receipts and discharge paperwork that relates to their on-the-job injury. These documents may become useful during the claim process.
Sometimes, supervisors unlawfully refuse to file an incident report after an employee reports an on-the-job injury. Should your employer refuse to file your claim, it is essential that you speak with skilled Georgia workers’ compensation attorneys. The attorneys at Smith Hulsey Law have extensive experience defending clients against employers who disregard the law. We can help you throughout the entire process and defend your rights as a Georgia employee.
What Happens if Your Employer Fires You After Your Injury?
What if an Employee Caused the Work-Related Injury?
Do Workers’ Compensation Benefits Continue After the Employee Returns to Work?
Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Fight for You
As an injured employee, you have a right to represent yourself throughout the workers’ compensation process. However, hiring skilled Georgia workers’ compensation lawyers will help you throughout the process. At Smith Hulsey Law, we thoroughly investigate all of our clients’ cases and present compelling evidence on behalf of our clients.
All of our lawyers have an in-depth understanding of Georgia’s workers’ compensation rules and regulations. We will fight for your rights to benefits and help ensure that you receive as many benefits as possible. Contact our Georgia workers’ compensation law firm today to schedule your initial consultation.