Category: Help for Injuries


What if my physical injury at work is causing anxiety and depression?

Many of my clients, after suffering a physical injury at work, find themselves losing interest in activities they used to enjoy. They often want to sleep twice as many hours as they used to need to feel rested. They’re anxious. They begin feeling hopeless. If that’s you, here’s some good news:  a physically injured worker can  … Read more

My workplace is dangerous–what can I do about it?

Often in my workers’ compensation law practice, clients indicate how disturbed they are by unsafe working conditions, safety hazards, etc. at the place of employment where they’ve injured themselves on the job.  Even as they’re out of work on temporary total disability (TTD) benefits, they want to know what they can do to help others  … Read more

Did you sustain a back injury at work?

When it comes to back injuries sustained at work, the old saying “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone” rings especially true. The pain of a back injury can be debilitating, and it affects everything you do at work and at home. If you’ve hurt your back in the workplace, you’re not alone.  … Read more

Frequently asked questions about Workers’ Compensation in Georgia

Workers’ comp cases are governed and adjudicated by the State Board of Workers’ Compensation, located in Atlanta (with satellite offices in other cities across the state).  In the last few years, it’s updated its website to include several resources for persons who’ve been injured at work in Georgia and need some guidance with questions or  … Read more

Elevator Injuries Result in Catastrophic Injuries and Fatalities

Elevator accidents may sound like random events scripted in Hollywood action films, but the startling reality is many people are severely injured by elevators every year. Outdated and ineffective elevator technology is being cited in an increasing number of personal injury cases. Children in particular are frequent victims to catastrophic elevator accidents that often end  … Read more