Workers’ Compensation Cases in Georgia

Let the Georgia Injury Lawyers Handle Your Lawsuit

If you’ve been injured at work, it can be a difficult time for both you and your family. Additionally, if you are out of work because of your injuries, it may be tough for you and your family to pay your bills.

Having to sort through and make sense of the complex legal system can be overwhelming. That’s why you should let the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at Cohen & Sinowski, P.C., help guide you through the entire process.

Read below to find out what to do if you have been injured on the job and how Cohen & Sinowski, P.C., can assist you with your case to get you the best results.

What to Do If You’re Injured on the Job

After you have been injured on the job, you should immediately do these three things:

  1. Report the injury to your supervisor
  2. Request to see a doctor
  3. Request and complete a workers’ compensation claim form

These three steps are imperative to any workers’ compensation case.

Until you report the injury and the claim form is returned to your employer, your company is under no obligation to provide you with benefits.

Don’t wait to report the incident! A delay in reporting exactly what happened can create serious problems in getting the benefits started, resulting in a loss of income.

Potential Results If You’re Injured on the Job

If you have been injured at work, you may be entitled to basic benefits such as medical treatment, disability payments, vocational rehab, or permanent disability settlement.

  • Medical treatment: The insurance company will cover the bills for all treatment required to cure or alleviate the effects of the injury.
  • Disability payments: If you temporarily cannot work, you may be entitled to partial compensation for lost wages.
  • Vocational rehab: If you cannot return to your usual job, paid training in a new employment may be an option.
  • Permanent disability settlement: Significant compensation may be paid out if you can no longer permanently work.

Common Causes of Work Injuries

Dangerous work environments and equipment can result in serious injuries to employees. Additionally, negligent employees can also cause workplace injuries. Here are some of the most common causes of work place injuries:

  • Slippery floors
  • Improper use of forklifts or other machinery
  • Assaults and workplace violence
  • Lifting heavy objects
  • Dangerous work equipment
  • Unsafe work conditions

Contact Reliable Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Georgia

Cohen & Sinowski, P.C., fights for individuals who have been hurt on the job. With each of our worker’s compensation cases, we help our clients who are suffering the effects of a life changing accident navigate the multifaceted legal system, ultimately getting them the best results.

Our team of professionals work on a contingency fee – meaning you don’t get paid unless we win. We like to call it our “No Fee Unless You Win Guarantee!”

Contact us today at 404-350-5840 or fill out our online form. We’d love to help you get the compensation you deserve for your workers’ compensation case.

What our Clients are Saying

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- Tanya
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- Richard
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