Ask the Attorney: Workers' Compensation - WALB.com, Albany News, Weather, Sports

If you have been injured on your job, whether you were at fault or not, you may be entitled to Georgia's workers' compensation benefits. Workers’ compensation is an accident insurance program paid by your employer which may provide you with medical, rehabilitation, and income benefits.

Workers are eligible for workers' compensation benefits from their first day of employment, but Social Security disability benefits are paid only to workers who have a substantial work history. Workers' compensation provides benefits for both short-term and long-term disabilities and for partial as well as total disabilities.

Attorney Billy Mathis has extensive experience in handling Workers' Compensation cases here in Southwest Georgia. His many years representing clients in this area has resulted in much success for his clients.

Free consultation and no attorney’s fees until he recovers compensation for you. Fill out the e-mail form to the right to request your free initial consultation.

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