Why Do I Need A Workers’ Compensation Attorney?
Many people mistakenly think that the workers’ compensation system is designed to take care of them if they are injured on the job. The reality is that the system was designed as a compromise that helps workers and employers. To get the full benefits you need and deserve from the workers’ compensation system, it pays to have an experienced guide to navigate the system for you.
I Make The System Work For Injured Employees
Too many people are injured at work and then either do not receive the full benefits they should or they are forced back to work before they are actually ready. The best way to protect yourself is by working with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer who can make the system work for you.
Your Employer Is Not Obligated To Inform You Of Your Rights
Most workers are not aware of all of their rights under the workers’ compensation system. They may not know that they have a right to rehabilitation or an independent medical exam (IME).
I help people understand their rights and secure the full benefits they are entitled to under the law.
AV* Preeminent Rated Workers’ Compensation Attorney
I am attorney Eddy Meeks. Injured workers deserve to have the full support of the workers’ compensation system. My more than three decades of experience working to protect the rights of injured workers can help ensure that you have what you need to make it through the challenging times that you are facing. The workers’ compensation system is not there to serve your best interests unless you force it to; I can help you get everything you deserve. Do not settle for just your medical bills being covered.
To maximize the help you can get form the workers’ compensation system, turn to workers’ compensation lawyer Eddy Meeks in Leesburg, Georgia. Call 229-232-8599, toll free at 800-868-3869 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation.
I take cases on a contingent fee basis. I collect no attorney’s fees unless I secure compensation for you.
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