We represent people with work injuries.

Work injuries can be complicated, but the attorneys at Augusta Lawyer can help!  We have been helping clients for over twenty years.  

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Providing Legal Aid for Work Injury in Augusta

Every year, countless individuals suffer injuries due to accidents that are not their fault. These unfortunate events can deeply affect one's physical, emotional, and financial state, leading to mounting medical bills and loss of income. 

At Augusta Lawyer, our experienced personal injury attorneys have been at the forefront in assisting victims in Augusta, GA and neighboring regions. We are invested in our clients' overall well-being and ensure they obtain everything they are entitled to with the guidance of an Augusta personal injury attorney.

Am I Covered?

If your employer has three or more employees consistently on staff, they are typically bound by the Workers' Compensation Act and should possess workers' compensation insurance. If you can demonstrate a valid "employee-employer" connection, you should be eligible for coverage under this legislation. Some specific cases may have exceptions, so please contact us for more information and details.


Benefits Available

In the event of a work-related injury, your employer is obligated to cover your "medical expenses" and provide compensation for a portion of your lost income if your injury prevents you from working for more than seven days. If your injury renders you completely unable to work, you may be eligible for "temporary total disability benefits," with the amount capped based on the statutory limit at the time of the accident. In cases where you can still work but experience a reduced earning capacity due to your injury, you may qualify for "temporary partial disability benefits." Furthermore, you may receive compensation for any assessed "permanent partial disability" related to the loss of a body part or partial loss of bodily function. In instances where your injury is classified as "catastrophic," you are entitled to "vocational rehabilitation benefits."

How Long do I have to report a claim?

In the event of a workplace injury, it is crucial to inform your employer promptly, or as soon as it is feasible. The provision of medical and income benefits is contingent upon this notification. Failure to provide notice within 30 days of the incident may result in the forfeiture of compensation, unless there are valid reasons justifying the delay.

Common Injuries

  • Whiplash
  • Bone Fracture
  • Concussion
  • Head Injuries
  • Dog Bites
  • Burn Injuries
  • Soft Tissue Injuries

Speak to an Experienced Attorney today

If you or a family member has sustained injuries in Augusta, Georgia, it's important to reach out to our legal team without delay. At Augusta Lawyer, we can assist you in collecting evidence and constructing a claim for damages. Discover more by contacting us to schedule a complimentary legal consultation.

Wendy Lever


Wendy Lever graduated with honors from Evans High School where she was in the Beta Club and Spanish Club and lettered in tennis and music. Wendy then went to USC in Columbia, SC where she graduated with Cum laude honors with a BA in English and Criminal Justice. After working in Atlanta and Charlotte for a few years in advertising and marketing, Wendy went to Emory Law School in Atlanta, Georgia where she graduated in 1997.

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