Augusta Workers Compensation Lawyers
Georgia Workers' Compensation Claims Lawyers
When people are injured on the job, workers' compensation laws generally prohibit them from suing their employer to recover financial compensation. Their option under the law is to file a claim against their employers' workers' compensation insurance. Almost all employers are required to carry this insurance in the state of Georgia. At the Augusta, Georgia, law office of Burnside Law Firm, we represent people in workers' compensation claims after they are injured at work.
People have many questions that need answering after suffering from a work-related accident. Our firm understands your concerns and focuses on resolving these questions in a prompt and professional manner. If you need answers to any of these issues, contact one of our attorneys for a free initial consultation:
- What type of income benefits can I recover?
- Who will pay my medical bills?
- How long do I have to file a claim?
- Can I choose my own doctor?
- When can I go back to work?
- Can I recover for pain and suffering?
- Do I need a lawyer?
- How much will a lawyer cost?
- Job Injuries
Helping Injured Workers Throughout Georgia
Under Georgia workers' compensation laws, any worker who is injured while at work can receive up to two-thirds of his or her weekly income (up to a maximum amount), medical benefits, physical and vocational rehabilitation benefits, travel expenses, and medication benefits.
Even after your claim is approved, you may continue to have questions about workers' compensation that need answers. Whether an insurance company is forcing you to go back to work too soon or your benefits are being terminated, we will assist you with your continuing workers' compensation concerns.
Have you have been injured on the job in the state of Georgia? State workers' compensation laws provide you with a way to obtain financial and medical benefits. To learn more about disability benefits and survivor benefits, contact the law office of Burnside Law Firm for a free initial consultation.
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