Benefits that You Could Recover
Georgia state law entitles victims of “severe brain or closed head injuries” to compensatory benefits. Georgia statute O.C.G.A. § 34-9-200.1 defines “catastrophic” head injuries that are entitled to workers’ compensation as evidenced by the following:
- Severe sensory or motor disturbances
- Severe communication disturbances
- Severe complex integrated disturbances of cerebral function
- Severe disturbances of consciousness
- Severe episodic neurological disorders
- Other conditions at least as severe in nature as any condition listed above
Compassionate Counsel in Georgia
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Gilbert, we understand the pain you are experiencing. Attorney Jeff Gilbert is the founder of the Alpine Adaptive Scholarship Program (AASP), a charitable group that provides physically challenged individuals with the opportunity to learn or regain an appreciation for the sport of skiing through specialized equipment and training. Through this endeavor, he has seen firsthand the painful effects of serious injury. This experience inspires him to fight his legal battles relentlessly so that his catastrophic injury clients are able to receive the healthcare they deserve after an accident at work.
We understand that no amount of money can compensate for your well-being or that of your loved one. At the same time, obtaining the payout you are entitled to can help you get your life back in the wake of a devastating accident. As you work toward your recovery, securing the financial security you need in the meantime can grant you and your loved ones invaluable peace of mind. Let us help you. Call the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Gilbert for the chance to learn more in a free case evaluation with our experienced and compassionate catastrophic injury attorney.