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Workplace Injury Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia

Helping Individuals Injured in Unsafe Working Conditions

Regardless of whether you work on a construction site or in an office, your employer has the obligation to make your workplace as safe for you and your coworkers as possible. If you are injured in an accident in the workplace in Georgia, you may be covered by the company’s workers’ compensation policy, but the truth of the matter is that worker’s comp distributions are not always enough to fully reimburse a severely injured employee for his or her losses. In many cases, the claim amounts are capped and have an end date, at which point the benefits will no longer be received.

If you have been severely injured while working on the job, you may require the services of a reputable personal injury attorney to make a full financial recovery. In the Atlanta area, that attorney is Evan M. Altman. Evan M Altman Attorney at Law has negotiated full compensation settlements for individuals who were severely injured due to their employer’s negligence. Let his top legal team examine your personal injury claim.

Common Workplace Injuries

Most individuals believe that severe workplace injuries only take place in labor-intensive industries like construction or shipping. The fact of the matter is that nearly every job has the potential for injury and on the job, accidents occur in almost every business. Some of the more common types of workplace accidents and injuries include:

Injured at Work?

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In some cases, employers may even be aware of the likelihood of injury, but fail to rectify the situation or take measures to reduce the risk. If a situation like this caused your moderate to severe workplace injury, contact Evan M Altman Attorney at Law immediately to discuss your case in a free consultation.

Discuss Your Claim

Call us or email the firm. If you are receiving workers’ compensation benefits, but they are not adequately covering your expenses, you may be entitled to additional remuneration.