We Are Proud to Represent Fulton County Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury Cases
An accident can occur anytime and anywhere, causing serious (if not life-altering) injuries. Unfortunately for some victims, the pain of their injuries isn’t the only thing they have to worry about. Employers, insurance companies, medical bills, and uncertain finances can all potentially complicate an already strenuous situation. However, when you’re injured on the job or suffer a catastrophic auto accident in Fulton County or Metro Atlanta, the team of Rechtman and Spevak is there to eradicate confusion so the only thing you have to worry about is your recovery. Come see for yourself how they can help secure your future after an accident.
There are some things that all workers should know in case they are injured on the job. On this page you will learn about the common causes of workplace injuries, the types of injuries and illnesses that often suffered, how to pursue workers’ compensation in Georgia, the types of workers’ compensation that you may recover, and how an experienced workers’ compensation attorney can help you protect your legal rights and potential recovery from a workplace injury or illness.
Being involved in a serious accident in Georgia can have long-lasting consequences for you and your family, sometimes including substantial physical harm, costly medical bills, ongoing medical care, loss of income, and more. Because of the devastating nature of some GA accidents, dealing with your insurance company should not be a task that you take on on your own. Your first course of action in filing a personal injury claim in Georgia should be to contact an experienced GA personal injury attorney for legal help. With the complicated nature of Georgia personal injury law, having a skilled lawyer on your side when filing a personal injury claim can mean the difference between a fair settlement and inadequate reimbursement. If you have sustained injuries in an accident in Atlanta, Marietta, Fulton County or in another part of Georgia, consult our knowledgeable personal injury attorneys at Rechtman & Spevak as soon as possible.
After sustaining a serious injury that prevents you from returning to work temporarily or indefinitely, it’s easy to fall victim to exorbitant medical bills and a crippling loss of income due to the inability to secure gainful employment. There is still hope for disabled individuals in Georgia though, and they may be eligible for disability benefits for their injuries through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), both of which are administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). If you are suffering from a disability and you are unable to work, contact our experienced SSDI or SSI attorneys at Rechtman & Spevak today. Our law firm is located in Atlanta, and our lawyers can help injured individuals in Atlanta, Marietta, or elsewhere in Georgia pursue the income benefits they need to support themselves and their families.