Experienced Savannah Workers’ Compensation Attorney
The U.S. has achieved tremendous strides in workplace safety over the last century, but there is still much to be done. In fact, even in the 21st Century, seldom a day goes by in this country without innocent and hardworking employees suffering injuries while on the job.
We see that here in Savannah and all across Georgia, where blue-collar and white-collar workers alike are routinely injured in the course of their job duties. The damages range in severity, from minor scrapes and sprains to life-altering accidents and even death.
The content on this page is designed to help the victims of particularly catastrophic accidents and injuries in the workplace, as well as their families.
While our office works with victims of all kinds of accidents throughout the entire state of Georgia, we want people who’ve suffered the worst kinds of damages to know they have a strong legal resource available to them right here in Savannah.
Catastrophic injury cases require extensive experience and an especially robust command of the relevant laws. They tend to be much more sophisticated than straightforward personal injury cases, so it’s important to work with a law firm with a strong record of success in catastrophic injury litigation.
At The Law Offices of B. Clarke Nash, P.C., we have helped many Georgia families take a strong stand in the face of devastation. We insist on justice and aggressively pursue the full value of the compensation these victims and their families are owed — every penny of it. We fight hard for the people we represent.
There’s a lot on the line in these cases, so you want to make the right choice in selecting the lawyer who will handle your case. You need an experienced Savannah workers’ compensation attorney with a real passion for justice. Our firm is prepared for high-stakes litigation. We have a record of results you can invest your confidence in. Attorney B. Clarke Nash knows the law and he’ll go after the money you deserve.
What Is a Catastrophic Accident?
Catastrophic accidents are those that cause serious and substantial hardship or devastation for their victims. The damages tend to be long-term or permanent in nature, and they fundamentally disrupt the victim’s way of life. While no two catastrophic accidents are quite alike, victims typically endure a diminished quality of life and may be unable to secure gainful employment as a result of the injury.
Examples of Catastrophic Accidents and Injuries in the Workplace
Common examples of catastrophic, job-related damages include:
- Spinal cord injury
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Cognitive impairment
- Loss of limb
- Loss of use of any body part, organ, or system
- Long-term or permanent disability
- Impaired bodily functions
- Severe burns
- Partial or total paralysis (paraplegia, quadriplegia, etc.)
- Life-threatening diseases
Survivors of catastrophic accidents often require:
- Lengthy hospital stays
- Numerous doctor visits
- Intensive medication regimens
- The use of various medical devices
- Multiple surgeries
- Severe emotional distress and/or PTSD
- Major changes in lifestyle
- In-home assistance or some sort of advanced care
- Substantial time away from work
- Changes in profession or career
Wrongful Death and Georgia Workers’ Compensation
While every catastrophic accident case is tragic, those that result in the loss of life are especially difficult to bear. Our law firm is dedicated to helping grieving families fight for justice during the worst chapters of their lives.
Under Georgia wrongful death law, specific family members are entitled to financial compensation for their losses after a loved one dies as a result of someone else’s negligence. These cases become much more complicated, though, when the Georgia Workers’ Compensation system is involved.
You need an experienced Savannah workers’ compensation attorney to guide you through the process and stringently investigate every possible source of compensation.
We realize, of course, that in the wake of tragedy, a challenging legal battle may be the furthest thing from your mind. Unfortunately, the state imposes strict time limits on these claims, and if you wait too long, you could forever miss out on the justice that you and your loved one deserve. That’s why our office is dedicated to completely shouldering this burden for you. Call us and let us fight the fight for you, just as we’ve done for so many other grieving families.
Free Case Review
Employers have a duty to keep their employees safe. If you or your loved one has suffered a serious injury or death in connection with a job, you may be entitled to considerable financial compensation under Georgia personal injury law.
An experienced Savannah workers’ compensation attorney at The Law Offices of B. Clarke Nash, P.C., can help. Please contact us right away to schedule a free case review and learn more about how we can represent you without requiring a single penny out of pocket. We’re here for you.