Workers' Compensation Benefits
Learn More with Our Cobb County Workers' Compensation Attorneys
If you have been injured performing a work-related duty or on the job,
you most likely will be eligible for workers' compensation benefits.
In Georgia, all employers with at least three or more workers must carry
workers' compensation insurance in the event of an accident. Coverage
begins immediately the moment you start work, and even part-time workers
also qualify for benefits. Workers' compensation is a no-fault insurance,
so regardless of whether it was your fault or the employer's fault,
you can still qualify.
Workers' compensation benefits in Georgia can cover expenses for:
- Doctor and hospital bills
- Physical therapy costs
- Prescription medication
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Medical rehabilitation
- Death benefits if a family member was killed
Learn what you can expect to recover during a
How Are Benefits Calculated?
The benefits under workers' compensation are designed to help injured
workers get back on their feet and return to work. These benefits are
calculated by looking at your average weekly wages from 13 weeks before
your injuries. Any tips, meal allowances, and even year-end bonuses can
be included in this figure.
Workers' compensation claims can be complicated to navigate and are
governed by extensive rules, so it is important for you to seek help from
a workers' compensation lawyer if you are not sure how to proceed.
Honest, Dedicated, Experienced
If you are interested in speaking with our Cobb County workers' compensation
lawyers about your injuries and what you are hoping to achieve in your
workers' comp claims, feel free to contact us. We can listen to your
goals, priorities, and do our best to help you achieve them. Our team
is dedicated to providing personalized attention and individualized counsel
every step of the way. At Chestnut & Beller, you are truly able to
experience the high-quality, one-on-one representation that has become
one of the hallmark of our firm.
Call (770) 285-5542
to reach us.