Our Practice Is Dedicated to Workers' Compensation
Who will protect your rights if you are injured on the job? Stephen H. Brown has been practicing in workers’ compensation law for 27+ years. As a former employer/insurance company defense attorney, he has extensive knowledge of Georgia’s workers’ compensation laws. He knows how to counter the tactics used by employers/insurers when denying workers’ compensation claims. For a free consultation with your work injury lawyer, please call 706/868-1090 or contact us online.
DO I HAVE A COVERED WORK RELATED INJURY?
If you have an injury at work, that injury is generally covered even without a specific accident. Strenuous work duties, over time, and aggravations of pre-existing conditions can both result in covered work-related injuries. You may also have a covered injury even if you test positive for drugs or alcohol after a work-related accident.
WHAT RIGHTS & BENEFITS AM I ENTITLED TO RECEIVE?
Employers and insurers generally do not explain to injured workers their full rights to income and medical benefits after a covered work-related injury. Learn what benefits are available to you as a result of your work injury.
WHAT IF MY WORK INJURY IS IGNORED OR DENIED?
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a work-related injury to be ignored by employers and insurers. If benefits are not promptly commenced, Hollington Brown LLP can file a formal claim and request for hearing for the employer and insurer to show cause why benefits are not being provided as required by law.
DO I NEED AN ATTORNEY?
The workers’ compensation laws and rules can be complex and confusing. The employers and insurance companies have attorneys to help them navigate the system. You are not alone. The attorneys at Hollington Brown LLP can help to protect you and to fight for your rights.
Who will protect your rights if you are injured on the job? Larry N. Hollington and Stephen H. Brown have been practicing in the area of workers’ compensation law for 46+ combined years. As former employer/insurance company defense attorneys, they have extensive knowledge of Georgia’s workers’ compensation laws. They know how to counter the tactics used by employers/insurers when denying workers’ compensation claims. For a free consultation with your Work Injury Lawyers, please call 706-993-1273 or contact us online.
Workers’ compensation cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover benefits for you.