What Should You Do If You Are Terminated While on Workers' Compensation?

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

Posted: April 20, 2020

Suffering an injury as a result of a workplace accident is a difficult thing to endure. What’s worse is being terminated after you have filed a workers’ compensation claim or while you are receiving benefits. If you're in this situation, you probably feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next.

In the video below, experienced attorney Humberto Izquierdo, Jr. discusses what you should do if you are terminated while on workers’ compensation. In general, beginning a new job search may be beneficial because it can help prove that your work restrictions have impacted your prospects. However, you should contact our practice for a free consultation so we can offer advice based on your specific circumstances.

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Our attorneys are committed to helping you through this challenging time. We will pursue the compensation you deserve by proving that you were wrongfully terminated because of your injury. If that is unsuccessful, we will work to ensure that you receive disability checks.

Contact the Law Offices of Humberto Izquierdo, Jr., PC today by calling 770-888-8901 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. We proudly help injured workers from Atlanta, Marietta, Cumming, and nearby areas of Georgia.