Articles Tagged with workers’ compensation

Workers’ compensation can be a tricky field to navigate on your own. If you have been injured on the job, you may find yourself with more questions than answers, or wondering what steps to take next. At McAleer Law, we handle Workers’ Compensation cases in Georgia and would like to provide you with some answers to common Workers’ Compensation questions.
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Georgia, like all states, has a workers’ compensation law. These laws are intended to help employees who are injured on the job get the help they need.

While this sounds great in theory, the process can get complicated without help. The rules need to be both understood and followed for a claim to be successful. When a person suffers a serious injury on the job in Atlanta, it is important for them to consult with an Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer. The first consultation is free. During this meeting, the injured gets some very helpful advice from our team at McAleer Law while it is decided if the case merits legal representation.
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Slip-and-fall accidents can occur in almost any setting, but they occur far more commonly in the winter months where ice forms on the ground. Parking lots and sidewalks are often the site of accidents that cause traumatic injuries to unsuspecting individuals when ice is on the ground.

An important question that must be asked when someone slips and falls on ice is who can be considered liable. Particularly, when such a fall happens in the work place. Consulting an Atlanta accident injury lawyer would be wise if you find yourself injured after slipping on ice.
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Going from healthy to injured and paralyzed is a heartbreaking and scary prospect.

Your life is changed, possibly forever, all because of an accident while you were on the job. When something like this happens, it can be hard to know where to begin. Our Atlanta workers’ comp attorneys have a basic guide outlining the steps you should take after your doctor has determined that you’ve suffered a paralyzing injury.
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