COVID-19 UPDATE

Our work focuses on helping our clients get through challenging times. We want to assure clients that we are taking measures to continue providing the same quality legal representation and personal service that have defined Hilley & Frieder for years – while putting your health and safety first.

Hilley & Frieder can handle all aspects of you case virtually from interview through conclusion. We are open and available to help you.

Please view our complete COVID-19 statement to learn more about the steps we are taking to ensure that your case continues to move smoothly in this environment.

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Georgia’s Award-Winning Team

For Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation And Medical Malpractice

If you had a Georgia workers compensation claim within the past four years and did not settle the claim you may be owed permanent partial disability (PPD) benefits.

Not everyone hires a lawyer for his workers’ compensation claim. Although some workers compensation claims are settled there are claims when you suffer an injury and go back to work for the same company. If you returned to work for the company where you suffered your injury and if your injury caused any type of permanent problem, then you should have been paid PPD benefits. All injuries that needed surgery cause permanent partial disability. Some injuries that did not require surgery cause permanent partial disability. PPD benefits are paid even if you returned to work. PPD benefits are paid even if you returned to work for a different employer or are working for a different employer now.

If you believe you may be owed PPD benefits call Hilley & Frieder for a free consultation at 404 233 6200 or contact us through our website and Hilleylaw.com