Whether it is an automobile accident, slip and fall accident, or an injury that occurs on the premises owned by another, dealing with an injury takes its toll on you physically and mentally.  It is important to have the proper guidance and legal representation immediately after an incident. 

Working is a part of your every day life. Unfortunately incidents happen at the workplace that result in injuries for many people. If you have been injured at work, you may be entitled to income benefits and payment for medical bills without having to prove fault or negligence of your employer. In fact, if you are working and injured in Georgia and succeed on your workers’ compensation claim, your employer will be responsible for payment of your medical bills as it relates to the specific injury for a certain amount of time.

Dealing with the death of a loved one is one of the most difficult tasks that a family will ever experience. A wrongful death is defined as the loss of a life as result of another’s negligent or intentional behavior. Consequently, a wrongful death can occur from a violent car accident or even while staying at a hotel or apartment complex. While it is unfortunate that no amount of money will ever bring a deceased loved one back, Georgia Law provides a civil remedy for the survivors of someone that has suffered a death.