Workers’ Compensation

The first Georgia Workers’ Compensation laws were enacted in 1920. Today, Title 34, Chapter 9 of the Official Code of Georgia is the Georgia Workers' Compensation Act. There is also a multitude of caselaw interpreting the Act and Board Rules created by the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation. Attempting to understand the laws surrounding your case without a legal professional well-versed in this area of law can be disastrous for your claim.

There are several factors to take into account with Workers’ Comp claims:

Mr. Forsyth not only helps Darien, Georgia, residents with their cases, but he defends out-of-state residents against traffic tickets and other violations so they don't have to revisit the state. Just because you travel Interstate 95 does not mean you have to navigate the Georgia court system by yourself.

Mr. Forsyth has the knowledge and experience to help you recover medical expenses and lost income due to an injury on the job. Depending on the injury and circumstances surrounding it, you may be able to recover compensation for permanent impairment due to a work related injury. Call Mr. Forsyth for a free consultation today!