Atlanta Lawyers Helping People Injured At Work

Americans spend a significant portion of their time at their place of employment, with even part-time workers spending up to 30 or more hours per week at their job. As a result, it should come as no surprise that many serious personal injury cases are due to on-the-job injuries.

At Houck | Reynolds, LLC, our Atlanta workplace injury attorneys have built a long history of success helping people file personal injury claims to replace their lost wages, cover medical expenses, or recover any additional costs associated with their injuries. If you suffered an on-the-job injury due to someone else's negligence, we are the attorneys for you.

Our attorneys have more than 45 years of combined legal experience and will aggressively protect your rights throughout your case. We have successfully negotiated large settlements on behalf of many clients, yet are never afraid to litigate a claim in court. We will carefully listen to your story and develop a personalized case strategy that is aimed at maximizing your recovery.

Third-Party Liability Claims: Experienced Atlanta, Georgia, Attorneys

Most people believe that workers' compensation benefits are the only funds available to someone injured at work, such as workers injured in construction accidents. This is not true. Workers' compensation does cover certain medical bills and provides money while you are unable to work, but often these awards do not reflect the true costs of a person's injuries.

If another party's negligence contributed to your injuries, you might be entitled to additional benefits by filing a third-party liability claim. For example, if a truck driver is injured while making a delivery and the accident was another driver's fault, he might be entitled to additional compensation from the other driver or his or her insurance company.

Any recovery would be in addition to the workers' compensation benefits the truck driver receives. Common third-party claims are made against or result from:

  • Other individuals
  • Manufacturers of defective products
  • Distributors
  • Negligent drivers
  • Negligent supervisors
  • Failure to comply with safety regulations (factories and warehouses)

It is important to act quickly since there is a statute of limitations on personal injury claims. We can get started immediately investigating the cause of your injuries and working toward getting you the money you truly deserve.

Contact A Georgia On-The-Job Injury Lawyer

Whether it's at our law firm here in Atlanta or at your home, we are ready to meet with you and speak with you in person to help you make the right decision. Contact our Greater Atlanta law office online today, or call 770-392-6080, toll free at 888-447-3803, to schedule a free consultation.