Cartersville Workers’ Compensation
The law firm of White & Choate devotes a substantial portion of their practice to persons who have been injured and disabled on the job. We have a proven track record of successful workers’ compensation claims. Our attorneys have obtained millions of dollars for our clients.
Jay Choate and the attorneys at White & Choate know that an injury at work can be devastating. It may be difficult to pay medical bills and support family members that depend on you. Dealing with an employer and its insurance company can be overwhelming.
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The workers’ compensation attorneys at White & Choate can ease the pressure that injured workers face. We have a strong understanding of Georgia workers’ compensation laws and the experience to protect clients’ rights to ensure they can pay bills and support their families.
We have particular expertise in handling complex workers’ compensation claims or those that have been denied. We also provide exceptional representation for workers who have suffered catastrophic injuries.
Injured workers are entitled to receive lost wages and necessary medical treatment, including therapy, prescriptions, and medical supplies required to treat the injuries. Workers who are temporarily disabled due to an on-the job injury are entitled to receive disability payments. Those left with permanent disabilities may also be entitled to additional compensation.
Our legal team is experienced in handling every typed of workplace injury from investigation through final resolution of the claim.
Our firm stands ready to assist when workplace tragedy strikes including but not limited to the following areas:
- Construction Accidents
- Delivery Accidents
- Office Injuries
- Ladder and Scaffold Injuries
- Falling Objects
- Equipment Malfunctions
- Poisonous Gas
- Chemical Burns
- Muscle Strains and Sprains
- Silica and Lead Exposure
- Occupational Diseases
- Lifting Injuries
- Repetitive Use Injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Heart Attacks & Strokes