Atlanta Workers' Compensation Attorneys Who Fight For Your Rights
Gary Martin Hays can help you every step of the way
Were you hurt at work in Atlanta? Were you unable to return to your job for weeks or months or perhaps even longer?
If this is what happened to you, you should eligible for workers' compensation. But obtaining such benefits can often be very difficult. That's why it's important to talk to an attorney about your potential claim.
Our Atlanta workers' compensation lawyers can help you every step of the way at the Law Offices of Gary Martin Hays & Associates, P.C. That's because we know how the workers' compensation system works in Fulton County and throughout the state of Georgia.
We gained this knowledge based on years of working with injured workers just like you. There's no substitute for experience. And there's no time to waste.
The sooner you contact our law firm, the sooner we can get to work on your claim. Schedule an appointment today.
Are you eligible for workers' compensation?
In most cases, if you are injured while working in Georgia, you are eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits. But you're not always guaranteed to receive benefits, even if you were hurt at work while doing your job.
Some of the reasons why your workers' compensation claim might be denied include:
- An employer or insurance company claims you're not really hurt.
- An employer or insurance company claims you sustained your injury outside of work.
- A doctor chosen by your employer's insurance company downplays the severity of your injury.
You know your body best. If something doesn't feel right, you shouldn't be forced to return to work before you fully recover. That's why we want to meet with you.
Results matter - and so does your claim
Our Atlanta workers' compensation attorneys know how to investigate workplace accidents and find the facts that matter. We then use this evidence to build a compelling case.
Often, the State Board of Workers' Compensation in Georgia agrees to grant workers' compensation applications based on our findings. If they refuse to do so - or if your employer challenges our findings - we're prepared to take legal action on your behalf.
The same is true if someone working for a company other than yours caused your workplace injury. In such cases, you may be eligible to file a third-party claim from the company responsible for your injuries.
Whatever the circumstances of your workplace accident, make sure you take your case seriously right from the start. Make sure you schedule your free case evaluation today at our Atlanta office.
And if you can't come to us, we can come to you - in your home, your hospital room or wherever's convenient for you.