When you work for a living, even two weeks of missed pay can have a serious impact on your life and your family’s finances. When you are missing pay due to an injury suffered at work, the confusion and frustration over what to do can seem overwhelming. Fortunately, workers’ compensation can provide you with the ability to recover a portion of your earnings. At George & Wallach, L.L.L.P., our Clayton County workers’ compensation lawyers can help you obtain these crucial benefits.
If you have been hurt on the job, we are here to help. Contact our Georgia employment law attorneys online or call (404) 366-5724 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your rights and options.
The lawyers at our Forest Park workers' compensation law firm represent injured workers from all local industries, including employees of Atlanta International Airport. We provide a truly comprehensive approach to your legal and medical concerns, and can help you with all aspects of your claim, including those involving:
- Catastrophic injuries
- Industry-specific injuries
- Chronic pain injuries
- Medical issues and treatment
- Transportation and housing issues
Your employer's insurance company has 21 days to either deny a claim or start sending payments. If you have been out of work for 21 days, it may be critical for you to receive these payments. Don't let them tell you that they do not have to do anything if your check arrives late. We can help you at any stage of this process, from the moment you are hurt to the administrative hearing and beyond.
Our diligent Atlanta back injury lawyers can help you when your workers' compensation claim is denied. If a claim is denied, you need to be notified of the stated reason. If you disagree with the reason given, you have the right to request a hearing from the State Board of Workers' Compensation. These steps need to be taken in a timely manner. We can help guide you through the entire appeals process while we fight to get you the benefits you deserve.
Our firm has been helping injured workers and their families in Clayton County and throughout the Atlanta metro area for over 60 years. Our firm and its predecessors played an important role in the development of workers' compensation law in Georgia. We continue to have a strong presence in this area of the law throughout Georgia as evidenced by our participation in legal advocacy, scholarly writings, frequent lectures and other activities.