Types of Injuries

Types of Work-Related Injuries

Experienced Workers' Compensation Lawyers, Serving Cobb County

Employees who are injured as a result of work can qualify for workers' compensation. Workers' compensation can cover a variety of injuries, as long as the injuries were sustained while you were at work or doing a work-related duty. Contact Chestnut & Beller if you need help filing for workers' compensation or if you have questions about the process.

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If you've suffered any of the following injuries, call us today:

Do I Have to Be Permanently Disabled to Qualify?

You do not have to be 100% disabled to receive workers' compensation benefits. If you are temporarily or partially impaired or have suffered an occupational disease, you can still qualify for workers' compensation benefits. As long as your earning capacity has been diminished due to your injuries, you should still qualify to receive benefits. Some workers are even able to receive benefits while performing light duties at work. To learn more about your injuries and what you can expect during the claims process, feel free to speak with our Cobb County workers' compensation attorneys.

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Our team has been helping injured workers seek the benefits they need for over 20 years. During that time, we have earned the trust and respect of many of our peers and our clients. We have won the Workers' Comp Attorney of the Year award 3x in a row. Our client-centered representation has yielded numerous successful results, and we are proud of our ability to assist our clients during their time of need. Feel free to call our firm to discuss your injuries, your rights, and let us know how we can help.

Give our office a call today at (770) 285-5542.

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