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Were You Injured While on the Job?

When you go to work, you expect to come home safe and in good health. Unfortunately, sometimes this isn’t the case.

Many Georgia employers fail to honor their legal obligation to look after their employees. They undertrain, do not properly inspect equipment, structures, or the work site, and in general do not sustain a safe and healthy work environment. As a result, people get hurt—badly.

Some of the common kinds of workplace injuries include:

  • Broken bones
  • Brain injuries
  • Fractures
  • Injuries from repetitive motions
  • Wrongful death
  • Illness
  • Loss of limb
  • Head trauma

Let a Compassionate Georgia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Help You Today

Under Georgia law, negligent employers and other parties can be held accountable when their actions lead to workplace accidents and injuries. When you are hurt on the job, you can pursue support through workers’ compensation or civil litigation if you are not awarded a fair amount.

Both workers’ compensation suits and civil litigation are complex legal processes, especially if your employer does not cooperate. At GA Injury Advocates, we have decades of collective experience advocating for the interests of injured workers. We have been able to obtain a number of successful outcomes for our clients in past cases. We would be honored to do the same for you!

If you have experienced any type of serious workplace injury, contact us for help in filing a Georgia workers’ compensation claim. We are here to make the process as stress-free and understandable as possible, and you will only pay if we can make a recovery.

Request a complimentary consultation by calling (770) 766-0555 or contacting us here. Our team is available for clients around the clock and we are flexible when it comes to scheduling appointments. We also offer house and hospital calls if you are too injured and need us to come to you. Hablamos español.


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