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Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Atlanta

Our Lawyers Help with Injuries Sustained in Work Related Accidents

When you accept a job, the last thing you should have to worry about is being injured in the line of duty. There are certain laws and regulations which an employer must follow to take proper precaution against their employees being injured. When they fail to do so, it can lead to serious injuries and pain and suffering for you as an employee.

If you have recently been injured on the job or as a result of work related duties, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. You should not hesitate to reach out to Cummings & Middlebrooks, LLP to discuss the details of your case with an Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer, as we are always just a phone call away.

Common Atlanta Workplace Injuries

In any work environment, there are a number of threats posed to employees and workers, regardless of the industry. There are certain jobs which pose more potential injuries, such as construction or trucking jobs. Even so, if an employer fails to keep up with safety protocols or repairs for the premises, or if they request you to go above and beyond the line of duty, an employer can be hurt in a number of ways.

A few of the types of Injuries which are typically covered under workers’ compensation include:

We understand that it can be extremely stressful to suffer a work injury, and you may not know who to turn to. You should not have to go through this difficult experience on your own – you deserve compensation and our Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyers want to fight for you. Cummings & Middlebrooks, LLP hasmore than 30 years of experience in practice and we have recovered millions of dollars in settlements.

Call us now at (404) 250-3292 to request a free case consultation!

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