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Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
In Workers’ Compensation cases, you are entitled to three basic benefits:
1) Wage Benefits,
2) Medical Benefits
3) Permanent Partial Disability.
Wage benefits are payable to you at the rate of two-thirds of your weekly wage, typically calculated by averaging your wages for the 12 weeks prior to the incident. Medical benefits are payable by your employer and their insurance company. There is no deductible and the doctor or hospital should not bill you directly. They include mileage to and from the doctor and prescription payments. When your doctor returns you to work, your doctor should, but is not required to give a Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) rating that will provide an end benefit to you. Contact us today about your Workers’ Compensation case.
Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents Lawyer
Regarding public facilities and workplaces, every visitor expects a certain level of safety. Often times these go ignored, which can result in serious injury. Property owners must warn individuals of unexpected, hazardous, and dangerous conditions.
Sports Accidents Lawyer
Sports accidents occur often in professional sports, but what about recreation sports and activities that result in serious injury due to someone’s negligence. Activities at the public parks and even amusement parks can be unsafe and hazardous conditions.
Housing Premises Accidents Lawyer
Housing Premises Accidents involves injuries directly related to property owner’s negligence. Housing structures and buildings can have hazards and unsafe areas that may result in serious injury.
Drunk Driving Accidents Lawyer
Each day, about 30 Americans lose their lives to someone else’s decision to drive intoxicated. If someone you love has been the victim of one of these senseless accidents, no amount of money or heartfelt apologies can bring back your loved one. You may have an opportunity for financial recourse that can cover the cost of your loved one’s medical expenses, funeral costs, and other damages. Under Georgia law, only the next of kin may file a claim on behalf of the decedent, such as a child, spouse, or in some cases, a parent.
We are based in Atlanta but also represent in Fulton, Gwinnett, Comm, DeKalb, Bartow, Cherokee, Forsyth, Hall, Paulding, Walton, Douglas, Clarton, Coweta, Fayette, Clayton, Henry, Rockdale, and Newton counties, but may represent anyone in the state of Georgia.