People get hurt at work every day in Georgia.
Often times, these injuries are debilitating.
The workers start losing paychecks, they need continuing medical treatment, and they worry if they will ever be able to return to their jobs.
Under Georgia law, there are three different types of benefits an injured worker can receive:
And, these are rights that shouldn't be kept from you.
Here's a more in depth look at what these benefits do for you:
Wage Benefits are determined by how much you earned in the 13 weeks prior to your injury. And this amount will vary from person to person depending on your pay and work situation.
Medical Treatment must be provided by the insurance company to help diagnose and help treat the injury you sustained at work.
And, if you're injuries are permanent, you are entitled to additional benefits through permanent or partial disability.
If you are tired of:
- The insurance adjuster ignoring you and not returning your phone calls;
- Late weekly checks - or no workers' compensation checks at all . . .
- Delays in getting the medical treatment you need . . .
Don't delay in filing your workers' compensation claim.
Then learn more about your rights, fill out our FREE CASE EVALUATION.
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