Lawyers For Injured Police Officers
Police officers who put their bodies and their health on the line for society often suffer injuries. While Georgia workers’ compensation provides health, wage loss and disability benefits, police officers often have to fight for the compensation they deserve.
At Tillman & Associates in Atlanta, our lawyers are here to fight for you. Our lawyers represent police officers, firefighters and other public safety workers throughout Georgia who are injured on the job. We also represent family members of officers who die in the line of duty. For a free attorney consultation, call 404-315-0000 or 800-743-3994.
Our firm has extensive experience in the hazards police officers face on the job. Attorney Burton L. Tillman is a mediator for the Columbus, Georgia, Police Department.
Standing Up For Injured Police Officers
Most people don’t realize the dangers police officers face every day they come to work. Some of the common injuries include:
- Injuries from car accidents
- Insurers from assault
- Gunshot injuries
- Musculoskeletal disorders from physical exertion
- Foot injuries
- Back injuries from lifting people
- Stress injuries
We help injured safety officers obtain the compensation they deserve from workers’ compensation and, when needed, from Social Security Disability ( SSD). Our lawyers will guide you through the bureaucracy and paperwork to make sure your application is on track for success.
Workers’ compensation may be your only recourse to recover from on-the-job injury. There is a law in Georgia and other states that a public safety officer may not file a claim arising from the situation the officer was responding to. However, we will also explore the option to file a third-party liability suit, when your injury was clearly caused by another party’s negligence.
Helping Police Officers Recover The Compensation They Deserve
Injured doing police work? Call our workers’ compensation attorneys at 404-315-0000, toll free at 800-743-3994, or drop our lawyers a brief description using this online form.