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How to Know If You Need a Work Injury Lawyer

Areas Covered By a Work Injury Attorney

Some situations that can be expertly handled by a work injury attorney include denied claims, or blatant refusals by your employer to pay for disability benefits and medical treatment. In any situation where your employer has treated you unfairly or unjustifiably delayed or denied your work injury claim, it is the responsibility of a good lawyer to assist and progress your side for these matters. In a situation where you have worked for and been loyal to the same company for a long time, you may feel that you do not need a lawyer. You might assume that your trusted employer will immediately support you for your work-related injury. However, it would not be advisable to assume this at all – or even to assume that your employer will act in your best interest – since things normally get complicated when money (and insurance) is involved. A lawyer can ensure that you will not only receive fair compensation and benefits for any work-related injury, but that you receive fair and full settlement or resolution of your claims.

A work injury attorney can dramatically increase your chances for enforcing work injury claims since they can collect essential and crucial evidences involving eyewitnesses, safety reports, medical reports, and other types of evidence. Apart from this, and in case your claim is denied, a lawyer has the full capacity to file an appeal with the Georgia worker’s compensation board in order to continue your claims against your employer.

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