Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Have You or a Loved One Been Injured at Work?

i-workerscompensation-300x200At the Law Office of Carlos L. Corless in Atlanta, Georgia, we take pride in being advocates for work accident victims. We have more than 20 years of experience aggressively representing the rights of construction workers, cement workers, painters, hotel employees, cleaning staff and more. If you or a loved one has been injured in the workplace, you can find an advocate at our law firm. Workers’ compensation laws are designed to help you get medical attention and recover lost wages. We are here to help you get everything you deserve.

We handle cases involving catastrophic injuries and workplace death. Our experience has taught us how to maximize compensation, which may require filing an additional personal injury claim if the workplace accident was the result of a third party’s negligence.

Start to Finish Representation in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Workers’ compensation is very specific. The law outlines exactly what needs to be filed, what deadlines need to be met and what benefits you are entitled to. Navigating the law can be challenging. Missteps can lead to claims being denied our underpaid. That is why it is critical to have an experienced lawyer on your side from start to finish.

When you contact us, we will immediately begin assembling your claim in order to get you the benefits you need as soon as possible. If you have already filed your claim and are involved in a conflict with your employer or the workers’ compensation insurance company, you can rest assured that we will move in quickly to resolve the dispute and move your case forward.

All of our workers’ compensation cases are done on a contingency basis, which means that you do not pay fees unless rewarded compensation.

Free Initial Consultation | Norcross Workplace Injury Attorney

Contact us online or call us at 404-267-1840 to schedule a free initial consultation with Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney Carlos L. Corless.

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