Filing Workers' Compensation Claims in Georgia

Were you injured on the job? Workers' compensation benefits are your right. But many people hesitate to file claims after a work injury because they are afraid of the consequences of doing so. It is illegal for your employer to retaliate against you for filing a workers' compensation claim. In addition, when you're injured, workers' compensation may be the only way available to secure the compensation you need to recover.

Whether your injury is from faulty machinery or long-term exposure to chemicals, you deserve help to ensure your workers' compensation claim is successful. Call our office at 229-431-3036 to discuss your workers' comp concerns.

How We Work For You

If your claim is approved, workers' compensation benefits include funds to pay for:

  • Medical treatment
  • Partial disability (a portion of your lost wages for a limited time)
  • Permanent disability (based on the severity of your injury)
  • Occupational training (if you're unable to return to your previous position)

Our knowledgeable lawyers can answer any questions you have about the workers' compensation process, including:

  • How long it takes
  • If you can choose your own doctor
  • If you'll be paid while out of work
  • What disability covers

If you decide to pursue a workers' compensation claim, you can benefit greatly from having a committed lawyer on your side to guide you through the process and serve as your advocate during any disputes or denials.

Don't Suffer In Silence. Get The Information You Need Today.

If you've been injured at work, you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible to determine your next best steps. If you delay starting the claims process, waiting to see if your symptoms improve, it could hinder your ability to secure the compensation you need. Schedule a free initial consultation at Lee | Orlowski, LLC, in Albany by emailing our firm.