Atlanta Permanent Disability Benefit Attorneys
Understanding Your Right to Receive Compensation
In Georgia, workers’ compensation benefits generally fall under three categories: temporary total disability (TTD) benefits, temporary partial disability (TPD) and catastrophic disability benefits. TTD benefits should start when, according to an authorized doctor, you cannot work for a period of more than seven days due to your injuries. In contrast, catastrophic disability status is awarded when you are determined to have sustained a permanent injury that prevents you from working in any job available within your abilities in the national economy. A catastrophic designation, under Georgia law, is difficult to obtain. The attorneys at Whiteman, Hamilton & Conklin will carefully analyze your claim to determine whether a catastrophic designation is obtainable, and, if so, will work hard to obtain the maximum benefits available under the law.
If you need assistance with the workers’ compensation process or are having difficulties recovering the benefits you believe you are entitled to, reach out to our firm for a free consultation. Our Atlanta permanent disability benefit lawyers have more than 80 years of combined experience and can help you with every aspect of your workers’ compensation claim.
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At Whiteman, Hamilton & Conklin, LLC, we strive to maximize our clients’ recoveries and secure the full benefits they are owed. Our Atlanta permanent disability benefits lawyers can answer your questions and guide you through the legal process. We can come to you if your injuries prevent you from meeting with us in our office.
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