Workers Compensation

Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation Attorneys Serving Atlanta, Marietta, Cumming, And Nearby Areas Of Georgia

March 25, 2021
Injured employees deserve nothing less than a fast and fair resolution of their claims. Unfortunately, delays in medical treatment, disability checks, and other workers’ compensation benefits are all too common. Contact our workers’ compensation attorneys in Georgia to ensure that your rights are protected. How to Speed Up Your Workers’ Compensation Claim… Read Full Post
November 25, 2020
It is normal to have questions about collecting workers’ compensation benefits after suffering an injury. You can see how much you know about the process and your rights by taking our quick quiz. It is an interactive way to test your knowledge as you begin the important task of fighting for the full and fair benefits that you deserve. Our experienced attorneys are here to answer any questions that you may have. Contact us at 770-888-8901 today to schedule your free, no-obligation… Read Full Post
October 20, 2020
Contact our Atlanta workers' comp attorneysWhile most workers are cautious and follow safety guidelines on the job, accidents can and do… Read Full Post
September 28, 2020
You should hire a workers’ compensation lawyer immediately after suffering a job-related injury. Doing so will give you a better chance of obtaining the full and fair benefits that you deserve. In the video below, attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr. explains how complicated state laws and shameless insurance tactics can make it hard for you to navigate the claims process alone. Learn about our services by scheduling a free, no-obligation consultation at 770-888-8901. We proudly help injured… Read Full Post
September 22, 2020
An on the job injury can affect your physical and mental health as well as your financial stability. You may not be able to return to work for some time, making it difficult to pay your hospital bills or provide for yourself and your family. We've put together this infographic to help you find out if you qualify for workers’ compensation, and if so, how you can get the maximum benefits you deserve. Workers' compensation laws are in place to ensure that you receive the medical and financial… Read Full Post
August 18, 2020
You must take several steps following an on the job injury to protect your health and your eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits. In the video below, attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr. explains the importance of reporting your injury, seeking medical treatment, and contacting our lawyers. Get Free Answers to Your Workers’ Compensation Questions The Law Offices of Humberto Izquierdo, Jr., PC can help you navigate your workers’ compensation claim. Call 770-888-8901 to discuss your… Read Full Post
July 28, 2020
Ultimately, workers’ compensation lawyers have two responsibilities: protecting your rights and getting you the maximum benefits you deserve. Fulfilling these responsibilities can involve things like filing your claim, helping you get medical care, and negotiating on your behalf. Our Atlanta attorneys will skillfully guide your case from start to finish. Learn more about our services in the video below. Schedule Your Free Consultation Find out how we can help you with your workers’… Read Full Post
July 22, 2020
If you sustained a job-related injury or illness, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, which can cover medical care, lost wages, and other expenses. Each state has unique laws, so it is important to understand the eligibility requirements where you are employed. You will find an overview of Georgia workers’ compensation criteria below.… Read Full Post
June 12, 2020
If you’ve been hurt on the job, one of your biggest concerns is how much compensation you’ll receive. Be aware that workers’ compensation laws and benefits vary by state. Depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for medical treatment coverage, temporary total disability (TTD), and permanent partial disability (PPD) in Georgia. In the video below, seasoned workers’ compensation attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr. explains how your case will be valued based on the medical treatment you need… Read Full Post
May 15, 2020
Georgia is an employment-at-will state. That means your employer can fire you at any time for nearly any reason. This contractual relationship extends to those injured on the job, and you can be legally terminated while you are on workers’ compensation. Fortunately, there are protections under Georgia law if that happens. In our latest video, skilled attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr. explains how your protections depend on what your treating physician says about your ability to work. He also… Read Full Post