Maximize Your Compensation After A Work Injury

If you were hurt at work, you may be confused as to your rights. Should you pursue compensation through a personal injury claim, or through Georgia's workers' compensation system?

It depends on the circumstances. You may have a workers' compensation claim. You may have a personal injury claim. You may have both.

At Hunt Law Firm, LLC, we will sit down with you, review the circumstances surrounding your injury and develop a plan that maximizes your compensation.

When Do I Have A Personal Injury Claim?

If you were injured on the job in an accident involving a third party — such as an independent contractor, or in a car accident while on the road performing job duties — you may have a personal injury claim. This claim is in addition to your workers' compensation benefits.

Eric Kimble Hunt is an experienced personal injury lawyer. Over the years, he has secured millions on his clients' behalves. Together, we will pursue compensation for your lost wages, reduced future earning ability, current and future medical bills, and your physical pain and suffering.

What Types Of Benefits Are Available Through Workers' Compensation

Georgia's workers' compensation system provides injured workers with three major benefits: lost wages, medical benefits and permanent partial disability. The process can be complex. Working with an experienced workers' compensation attorney is the best way to ensure you get all of the workers' compensation benefits you are entitled to.

For help, contact our firm. Call 478-474-5626 for a free consultation. We are located in Macon, Georgia.