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Laws passed by the state of Georgia require that your employer, or your employer's insurance company, compensate you, or your family, for injuries or death that may occur while you are working . You may be entitled to weekly benefits while you are permanently or temporarily totally disabled and unable to work, payment of your medical expenses , and/or weekly payments or a lump sum payment for partial or total disability resulting from a work related injury. If you are injured while working, you should report the injury immediately to your employer. Your Georgia employer is required to carry insurance that covers your medical bills and replaces a portion of your wages when a workplace accident or occupational injury prevents you from returning to work.

Employers often do not explain the rights of injured workers. We represent a range of clients including autoworkers, construction workers, skilled tradesmen, nurses, hospital workers, administrative and support staff, truck drivers, construction workers, salesmen, nurses and warehouse workers. It does not matter what type of job you have. What matters is that you were injured at work . Every case is different, and our law firm focuses on what is right for you. We settle your case only when it is in your best interest. We care about our clients' well-being and are committed to providing injured and disabled workers with the quality legal services they deserve.

  If you or a loved one is in need of legal assistance, please call Kaufman Law, P.C. at toll free (800) 488-4833 or contact us online. The initial consultation is free. If we agree to handle your case, we handle Workers Compensation cases on a mere 25% contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if we recover money for you. Contingency Fees are lawyers fees. Costs and other expenses usually must be paid by the client. Contingency fees are not allowed by the State Bar of Georgia in all cases. Our firm's practice is to Advance all costs and expenses and be reimbursed from the proceeds of the case. Please call right away to ensure that you do not waive any of your rights.  
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