If you have been injured at work in Georgia, Help Begins Here.
Your employer does not fully understand workers' comp and they cannot provide you all of the information you need to make good decisions after an injury. Most companies are more concerned about their insurance premiums increasing than your injury. There are even some companies that systematically ignore employees reporting injuries.
Your problems do not stop there. Even after your claim has been opened, the insurance company will take over, and they are often less trustworthy than your employer. Insurance will frequently deny medical procedures and look for any reason to avoid paying you for your lost earnings.
Of course, even if you receive some basic relief from workers' compensation, you may find that your company treats you like a second class citizen after your injury. Does it seem like they are looking for a reason to fire you?
Or, after initially providing some medical care, the insurance company may choose to deny a referral to another doctor. Or, they will send you to a doctor who they know will say you're fine, when there is no way you can go back to work.
These situations happen everyday in Georgia.
Here's a piece of good news: I handle cases like this every day and there is no charge to call me right now for a free consultation. Pick up the phone and call. It is that easy.
I have handled hundreds of workers' compensation cases in Georgia over the last decade and I spent the first years of my career working for insurance companies. I am very familiar with how they handle cases. Let me put my insider knowledge to work for you.
If you have been injured on the job, call me right now and let's get your case on the right track.