Neck injury Lawyers in Georgia
Workplace accidents occur on a daily basis. Sometimes, these injuries are small and can be neglected, but you may be able to file for workers’ compensation. Depending on the type and severity of the injury, you may be able to receive different amount of financial benefits from the state’s workers compensation program. In some cases, you may be able to receive financial compensation from multiple different programs. Our Neck Injury Lawyers will help you get your compensation.
To find out which programs you are eligible to file for, speak to knowledgeable attorney from Georgia Workers Compensation Lawyers and schedule a free initial consultation. Along with the consultation, you should know that the initial services of our attorneys are free, as they charge on contingency. Your money is safe with you until your financial benefits are secured, and only once you receive them will you be charged on a previously agreed percentage.
Learn everything about your options today, speak to one of our available attorneys and hire one to represent you and ensure that you receive the highest settlement possible. Call us now! 404.254.6379
Pain is intolerable
Most people have a certain pain tolerance level, which varies and depends on the age, mental strength and other factors. However, it has been scientifically proven that while working under constant pain, a person is not able to focus entirely and will be less productive, as well as prone to making mistakes. This will happen to you as well if you continue working under pain, especially severe neck pain which just won’t go away.
Moving your head in any direction will cause even more pain. The best option you have is to wear neck stabilizers, and consume pain killers. However, don’t do anything without consulting with a doctor first. Once you sustain an injury, speak to a medical professional and get much needed medical care.
Did you report the injury on time?
The only way to ensure that you are eligible to file for worker’s compensation is by reporting the injury on time. In the state of Georgia, you have 30 days to report the injury, and once this period passes, you will no longer be able to file for workers’ compensation claim.
If your injury is serious and prevents you from moving or doing any physical activity, tell someone to contact your employer and let him know of the injury. In this case, you have two options: hire an attorney and let him handle it for you, or have a family member call your employer and ask for an extension in your deadline. However, there is no guarantee that you will receive an extended time period, so the best and safest option is to hire an attorney who will handle things for you while you are focusing on your recovery.
Secure your financial benefits while you can
There are so many things you could do within the given time. Act now and secure your financial benefits on time. Miss the deadline and lose them forever. Georgia Workers Compensation Lawyers are ready to help you secure or recover your financial benefits, as well as take care of your case for you while you focus on your recovery. Call today and schedule an initial consultation, learn everything about work comp and other programs, and hire one of our available attorneys to represent you. If your initial work comp claim got denied or delayed, our attorneys will help you file an appeal and get your case back on track.
You have nothing to lose, but you could win everything and be secured for the rest of your life. Don’t miss your one chance to act. Call us now! 404.254.6379