Work Injury Lawyers in Woodstock
We Know Georgia Workers’ Compensation Laws
Accidents in the workplace tend to be serious. Whether you work at a construction site, at an office, or in a restaurant, you are vulnerable to suffering a work injury. At Imbriale Injury Law, we know how serious these types of claims can be. Even just missing a short period of work due to an injury can be extreme challenging—especially when dealing with medical costs and other expenses related to your accident.
Allow our firm to guide you through this process.Call our work injury attorneys at (678) 445-7423.
Common Workplace Injury Cases We Handle
Since 1990, Imbriale Injury Law has handled hundreds of injury cases and recovered tens of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. We bring a collective 50+ Years of legal experience to each and every case we take on, ensuring our clients get the insight, skill, and resources needed. No work injury case is too big or too small.
- We can handle work injuries caused by the following and more:
- Chemical burns or exposure
- Building fires
- Falling objects
- Slip and falls
- Machinery defects
- Forklift accidents
- Vehicle accidents on the job
- Industrial accidents / explosions
Our personal injury lawyers in Woodstock can handle both workers’ compensation and third party claims for employees throughout Cherokee County, including Canton, GA and beyond.
How Much Workers’ Compensation Am I Eligible For?
While you are not required to prove fault in a workers’ compensation claim, the amount of compensation you receive will be based on the severity of your injury or injuries.
- For example, the following are levels of injuries defined under Georgia law:
- Total temporary disability (TTD) – This is the least severe injury. You can receive payments for as long as 400 weeks following the incident.
- Permanent partial disability (PPD) – When TTD benefits end, you may receive these payments if you have suffered a permanent injury / disability.
- Permanent total disability (PTD) – The most serious level of injury, PTD payments will continue for the duration of your disability.
Payments are awarded in addition to any medical benefits required for the injuries so long as you have selected a doctor from the provided list. The exact amount of workers’ comp you are eligible for will depend on the severity of your injury, medical care required, and additional factors.
We understand work injury cases.Contact Imbriale Injury Law at (678) 445-7423!