Working Hard for Working People
If you were injured on the job, you may be aware that you can recover workers' compensation to help pay for your medical expenses and lost wages while you recover. However, you may also have realized that dealing with workers' compensation insurance companies can be extremely complex and often frustrating.
At the Atlanta law firm of Alex Simanovsky & Associates, LLC, we know that you have worked too hard to receive minimal compensation for the injuries you have sustained. We work hard for working people throughout Georgia who have suffered on-the-job accidents and help them throughout the workers' compensation process. Our attorney provides aggressive representation to achieve the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.
Aggressive Representation to Achieve Maximum Compensation
Workplace accidents often result in catastrophic injuries such as severe back injuries, spinal cord injuries, head injuries, broken bones or amputations. Such injuries require extensive treatment and could result in temporary or permanent disability.
Insurance companies, however, often seek to minimize the amount they must pay out through workers' compensation. As such, they may refer you to a panel of physicians who work with them and who may not have your best interests in mind.
When you work with our firm, we will take an aggressive stance to ensure you receive the care and treatment you require. Our Atlanta workers' compensation lawyer will:
- Seek a second opinion or vocational assessment by an independent physician to determine the full extent of your injury or recovery
- Work with physicians, medical specialists, rehabilitation experts, vocational counselors and life care planners to set up an appropriate treatment plan and recovery timeline
- Aggressively defend your right to workers' compensation for these services, including representation in arbitration or mediation with the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation if necessary
You may also be asked to return to work before you are actually physically capable of doing so. We will work with independent vocational experts to determine your fitness to return to work, or whether you might be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits or other disability benefits provided through your insurance.
Contact Our Georgia Workplace Injury Attorney
All workers have the right to obtain workers' compensation following a workplace accident. We are here to help you get it. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us at 678-337-1036, toll free at 800-401-6114 or online today.