You Do Need a Lawyer for Your Workers’ Compensation Case
Workplace accidents happen. Despite best intentions and careful observance of safety regulations, many Georgia workers are seriously injured each year. If you or someone you love has been injured in the workplace, or while working off-site, we're here to help. This means that our knowledge of workers' comp. is thorough and current. Our firm is well known for handling even the most difficult or complex cases. We invite you to meet with us to learn more about what sets us apart from other law firms.
Injured Workers Are Entitled To Compensation
We understand that no amount of money can make you whole again — but our job is to ensure that you receive the maximum workers’ compensation benefits that you are entitled to for your injury. We will also ensure that you receive all of the medical treatment you need at the employer/insurer’s expense. At Sadow & Froy, we know how important it is to you and your family that you receive timely weekly workers’ compensation checks whether it be for temporary total, temporary partial, or permanent partial disability.
Yes, You Do Need The Right Workers’ Comp. Lawyer
Many workers seeking compensation try to manage the claims process alone. They don't realize that insurance companies are interested in protecting their stockholders and their bottom lines. The insurance adjuster may seem friendly, but he or she is not on your side — his or her goal is to pay you as little as possible. What's worse, the workers’ compensation claims process can be long and complicated and is designed to wear the injured worker down. It involves notices that can be hard to understand and multiple deadlines that can be easy to miss.
Whatever type of injury you have sustained, it costs you nothing to discuss your case with us. We meet with you personally. Unlike other firms, we do not send out an investigator who is not a lawyer. We're here to answer your phone calls, and our initial phone consultations are always free. We'll always offer honest advice about your next steps and help you understand your options.