Brain Injuries

Even a mild brain injury can have serious long-term effects, including memory loss, trouble with motor skills, slurred speech and many others. In their worst forms, brain injuries can cause the victim to fall into a coma for an indefinite period of time. No matter what type of brain injury you have suffered, it can greatly impact your ability to do your job and live a normal life.

If your injury happened while you were working, you are entitled to seek workers' compensation benefits through your employer. At the law firm of Hilley & Frieder, P.C., our Georgia brain injury lawyers have extensive experience handling a wide variety of workplace injury cases for clients across the state.

We offer free initial consultations to all workers who have suffered a brain injury on the job. Call 1-404-233-6200 now to speak with an experienced lawyer.

Fighting for the Rights of Workplace Brain Injury Victims

Brain injury cases can be extremely complex and difficult to prove. First, they are not physically apparent and their symptoms can sometimes be attributed to other conditions than your workplace injury. Second, the full extent of the injuries may not be known until long after the initial accident. Our experience in these matters allows us to be more proactive in determining the level of care and benefits you will need during the recovery process.

We have experience with brain injuries resulting from a variety of different on-the-job accidents, including the following:

  • Car accidents on the job
  • Truck driver accidents
  • Slip-and-fall accidents in the workplace
  • Falling objects
  • Assembly line accidents

We Offer Free Consultations

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Atlanta severe brain injury lawyers, please contact us today.

Ronald Hilley was the contributing attorney to this content.