Lawyer Helping Injured Workers

Suffering an injury on the job can be uncomfortable in more ways than one — some workers are concerned that filing a claim may cost them their job. But every person who is hurt while working has a right to workers' compensation.

It is very important that you know what to do if you are injured on the job because your actions could have a significant impact on your claim.

Misconceptions About The Workers' Compensation Process

Many people are confused and frustrated by the workers' comp claims process in Georgia.

Common questions include:

  • How do you file, and when do you start receiving benefits?
  • Can you file for workers' comp as well as Social Security Disability?
  • Can I claim workers' comp even if the accident was my fault?
  • Are workers' comp claims limited to injuries that result from accidents?
  • If I can return only to light duty, does my boss have to find a new job for me that will accommodate my injury?
  • What happens if my employer retaliates against me for filing a claim?

Experienced Carrollton workers' compensation attorney Robert Duffee gets fast action for his clients suffering from workplace injuries. He has extensive experience in workers' comp law and can quickly identify benefits you may be eligible to receive.

Earlier in his career, he worked as a warehouse foreman. He saw the problems his co-workers had with workers' comp issues, and he was unable to help them — until now.

Georgia Work Injury Case Information

Do you know what your injury may cost you in terms of lost wages, medical expenses, future treatment needs and dealing with emotional issues such as depression or loss of sleep?

Duffee Law Firm, LLC, will take over the entire process and keep you updated regarding your claim status so you don't have to do anything, and you will always know what is being done.

Contact us online or call 770-884-6402 (toll-free at 877-284-4979) for a free initial consultation with a lawyer. We will evaluate your case and explain your options so you can make an informed decision about important next steps.