Workers’ Compensation Attorney
If you have been injured on the job and need assistance with your worker’s compensation claim, you’ve come to the right place. The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens specializes in getting the most compensation available to you under the law for your injuries obtained while at work.Award Winning Representation – When do You Need an Attorney?
If you are having difficulty filing a claim or getting compensation after filing a claim, in most cases you will need the assistance of an attorney. Call us for a free case evaluation, and we will tell you if your claim is something you can handle on your own. There are other reasons having representation is valuable. If, as a result of your claim, you feel you are being threatened or are at risk of losing your job, legal assistance is recommended. You might also need assistance if you are not sure of your rights under state laws, you are not sure how to file a claim or don’t know how to ensure you will be receiving the maximum compensation you are due. Finally, if your claim was denied, seeking expert advice is important.
Visit us at our Alpharetta, GA location, one of our North Georgia Offices, or we’ll come to you!
At the Law Office of Casey W. Stevens, we understand that travel is not always easy after an injury, so we often meet our clients at their home or medical facility. Once we evaluate your case and get to work, you can sit back and focus on healing. Our attorneys realize many clients don’t have the luxury of waiting months to receive worker’s compensation benefits. The benefit of working with our office, is that your claim will be settled as fast as possible, and your compensation will be on its way more quickly than if you try to navigate the process on your own, especially if the claim is initially denied.
If you need help with your worker’s compensation claim, contact The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens today, and we can help.Worker’s Compensation Laws can be Complicated
The Georgia’s Workers’ Compensation Act was passed into law in 1920. At that time, the act was considered to be “elective,” meaning employers were not required by law to have it. By 1972 the “elective” provisions of the act were repealed, and every employer with three or more full or part-time employees that regularly work for a business became subject to the Act. Certain types of jobs are not covered, such as real estate sales people, domestic workers, railroad workers and farm laborers.
Today’s Workers’ Compensation Law requires employers to provide coverage for employers to compensate them in the case of work-related injuries, illnesses or death. Failure to maintain coverage for employees is merely a misdemeanor, so check with the State Board of Workers’ Compensation to ensure your employer has the required coverage.
If you've suffered any sort of injury on the job and need help recovering compensation for medical bills and lost wages, contact The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens today for a free initial consultation with a North Georgia workers' compensation attorney. If you prefer a face-to-face meeting, you can visit us at our Roswell - Alpharetta, Atlanta, Dawsonville, Woodstock or Suwanee Georgia locations, or we will come to you. 770-408-6364