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GA Bureau of Labor Stats

Fatal work injuries totaled 171 in 2016 for Georgia, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Regional Commissioner Janet S. Rankin noted that the number of work-related fatalities in Georgia was down from 180 in the previous year. Fatal occupational injuries in the state have ranged from a high of 249 in 1994 to a low of 101 in 2012 . . . (Read more)


GA Dept. Public Health

The Georgia Department of Public Health has an Injury Prevention Program . . . (Read more)

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Our Primery area of practice

  • Personal injury

  • Workers compensation

  • Medical malpractice

  • Automobile accidents and injuries

If you or a loved one have been wronged and are in need of legal assistance, call today and let our team help you. Despite what the insurance company or what your company may say, they do not have your best interest at heart, you need a lawyer who will fight for you and that will have your back.

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FAQs

The following are a few questions that Robert N. Susko, P.C. receives on a regular basis. If you do not see the answer to your question below, please contact us. A member of our staff will be happy to assist you.

I’ve been injured in an auto accident. Do I need a lawyer?

If you feel that you deserve compensation for your injury, a lawyer can help. Studies show that accident victims receive larger settlements when represented by a lawyer, and victims who had a lawyer receive more money even after subtracting their own lawyer’s fee.

I’ve just been injured in an auto accident. What should I do now?

CALL US IMMEDIATELY. The time right after the accident can be vital to your claim. Evidence is gathered, witnesses are interviewed and other case elements are developed. Also, there are time limits for making claims.

I was injured in an auto accident, but I think I may have been partly at fault. What should I do?

CALL US EVEN IF YOU THINK YOU WERE PARTIALLY AT FAULT. We may still be able to get you a recovery.

I’ve been injured at work. What should I do?

You must report any accident immediately, but not later than 30 days after the accident, to your employer, your employer’s representative, and your foreman or immediate supervisor. Failure to do so may result in losing your workers comp benefits. After you’ve reported your accident, call us immediately.

I was injured at work. Do I need a lawyer?

Workers compensation injury claims can be confusing and frustrating. You shouldn’t have to wait for compensation for your injury. A lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve in a timely manner.

Can I receive compensation for my injury?

If you were injured on the job, you may receive medical rehabilitation and income benefits. These benefits are provided to help you return to work. Your dependents may also receive benefits in the event that you die as a result of a job-related injury.

Your best resource for personal injury and workers comp legal matters

If you have been injured in your home, at work or in a vehicle, contact Robert N. Susko, P.C. to arrange a free consultation. All personal injury, work injury and auto accident cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. Our welcoming and accomplished bilingual staff members are ready to serve you.

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