Workers' Compensation

Injured while working?

If you are injured on the job, it is important to know that you are entitled to medical treatment and compensation that is to be paid by your Employer. You must take action from early on as injured workers have 30 days to provide notice to their Employer of a work-related injury. The injured worker also has 1 year to file a claim or forever be barred from recovery.  If you are suffering from a work-related injury, do not wait to pursue compensation. Summit Tucker Law, Inc. has helped countless numbers of clients over the years, successfully securing millions of dollars on their behalves. Let us do the same for you today.  

What are some common injuries in Workers' Compensation?

Summit Tucker Law, Inc. handles all cases ranging from minor soft tissues injuries to complex catastrophic injuries. Below are common workplace injuries covered under Georgia Workers' Compensation: 


Construction Accidents

Warehouse Accidents

Broken bones

Lacerations (cuts) and bruises

Repetitive motion injuries (carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.)

Fork Lift Accidents (point to warehouse accidents)

Machinery Accidents (point to warehouse accidents)

Loss of Limbs (point to amputations)

Back and Neck Injuries (soft tissue and/or herniated discs)

Brain and Head Injuries

Extremity Injuries (Shoulder, knees, etc.)

Fatal Work Accidents

Catastrophic Injuries

And more