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Workplace Injury & Workers' Comp Lawyers

When You're Injured at Work,
Real Help Begins Here.®

After sustaining an injury at your workplace or while performing your job, your sole focus should be recovery.

But recovery plans change fast when complicated legal deadlines and stone-hearted insurance companies overwhelm you. Instead of resting and receiving care for a serious injury, you find yourself arguing over the injury’s severity. Navigating this complicated, dense, and often frustrating system requires more than an attorney; it requires an ally.

We understand the strain a family feels after even one day of missed income. If you were hurt at your workplace, or have a family loved one that suffered injuries while on the job and need a skilled workers’ comp attorney, we’ll work hard to take one major worry off your plate. With decades of experience, a dedicated workers’ comp team, and our client-first mentality, you’ll know you’re working with a law firm like no other.<sup>®</sup>


What to Expect When You Contact Us

  • You’ll speak with an attorney. Legal assistants, paralegals or legal “specialists” are not qualified to give you legal advice. That’s why we put you on the phone with your lawyer from the start.
  • You’ll get a FREE consultation with a lawyer. We will help you understand your legal options. Our confidential consultations are always thorough, helpful and completely free.
  • You’ll get answers. The attorney will answer any questions you have about your claim, and will not rush you off the phone.

We rely on all 40 years of successful experience to provide the care you deserve and the fight you need after an injury.


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On-the-Job Injury Lawyers

What to do After a Work-Related Injury

In most states, any employer with more than three employees must have workers’ compensation insurance. You should report your injury immediately to your employer to ensure the best chance of receiving benefits. Many states are “no-fault” workers’ compensation states, meaning you do not need to prove your injury was the fault of your employer to qualify for benefits. Within this workers’ comp system, your employer should provide a panel of approved doctors to choose from to receive care and treatment. It’s critical to pick from these employer-approved doctors or managed care plans.

If benefits are not received or denied, it’s time to act fast.

If an employer’s workers’ compensation insurance company denies benefits, there is still a chance you could be financially compensated. Call for a free, confidential consultation with a Montlick Injury Attorney today to find out your options.

Nationwide Workers' Comp Attorneys

Who is Covered Under Workers' Compensation?

General Workers' Compensation Law

In most cases, a business with more than three regular employees (full or part-time) is legally required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, which is generally a no-fault accident insurance program. If your employer carries worker’s compensation insurance and you sustained injuries while at work or on the job, you may be eligible to receive medical expenses, a portion of lost income, and even disability benefits regardless of who was at fault.

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What Benefits Can I Receive?

There are three main types of benefits in a workers’ compensation claim. These include:

Medical benefits. The workers’ compensation insurance should pay for qualifying medical treatment if the treatment is for an injury at work or on the job. This includes hospital bills, doctor bills, prescriptions, physical therapy, and travel expenses, if necessary.

Disability benefits. Disability benefits are usually available when there are permanent injuries, and fully recovering from the injury may be impossible. This depends upon one’s ability to return to work as determined by a doctor.

Wage benefits. After being injured, workers can receive a percentage of their lost income.

When Will I Start Receiving Benefits?

Each workers’ compensation claim will look a bit different, but generally, workers are entitled to weekly income benefits if unable to work for more than seven days. In many cases, the first check should be mailed within 21 days after the first day of missed work. If the absence is more than 21 consecutive days, the income benefits will also cover the first week.

What if Someone Else or Another Employee Caused My Injury?

It can vary, but if the acts or omissions of an individual or a company other than your employer cause injuries, you may be able to pursue workers’ compensation benefits through your employer in addition to pursuing a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. In such cases, you can pursue medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages, subject to applicable state law. When we say we treat our clients like family, we mean it. That means fighting for your best interest.

Your Questions Answered

Workplace Injury FAQs

How Long Does Workers’ Comp Last in Georgia?
Typically, worker's comp can last for up to about 7.7 years from the date of the incident, but there are exceptions.
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What Does a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Do?
Workers' Comp lawyers are responsible for providing clients with personalized and aggressive legal representation in order to get those clients the absolute maximum amount of money possible for their workplace injury. This could include filing additional personal injury claims or lawsuits.
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What is Workers’ Compensation?
Workers’ compensation is an insurance system required by state law (in most states) that provides compensation to employees for work related injuries or occupational illnesses on a no fault basis.
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Should I wait until my workers’ comp claim is done to talk to a personal injury lawyer?
If you are involved in a work related accident caused by the negligence of someone other than your employer, you do not have to, nor should you choose between these options.
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Because we can’t stop accidents from happening, we do what we can to help minimize their long-term impact. We put more money in your pocket, where it belongs.