We are seeing more and more where an employee is hurt on the job and when he/she reports it to their supervisor they are terminated and treated as if they trouble makers. Some of these employees were employed for over 10 years only to have the employer turn their backs on someone in a time of need. If you have been bullied the first thing you need to do is determine is your injury serious enough to pursue legal counsel. If this is a minor injury and you are hiring counsel to be retaliate against your employer terminating you, then you are doing it for the wrong reasons. If however you are seriously injured and not able to work due to your injury, you owe it to yourself and your family to speak with a Georgia workers’ compensation attorney about the specific details of your potential claim and get legal advice.
Ty Wilson is a workers’ compensation attorney in Georgia and is dedicated to helping injured people and their families. Call his office today at 866-937-5454 to order his free report, Common Myths Associated with Georgia Workers’ Compensation Claims. This report is intended to give you and/or your loved one a basic understanding of what you are entitled to under workers’ compensation and more importantly what you are not entitled to in your Georgia workers’ compensation claim.