Georgia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Representing Catastrophic Claims
Catastrophic work injuries are often devastating. They include amputations, severe spinal injuries and traumatic brain injuries which involve long-term disability and medical care. They can take years to resolve because a knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney understands the complexity of their financial, housing, rehabilitation and medical issues. Bruce Edwards has worked with many, many clients who have experienced catastrophic injuries and he understands their specific needs. Indeed, Bruce settled the largest catastrophic workers’ compensation case in Georgia’s history.
South Georgia Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Bruce has handled virtually every kind of catastrophic workers’ compensation claim and he knows how to bring all the important parties together for the client’s best interest. Catastrophic claims that Bruce has successfully handled include:
- Spinal injuries resulting in paraplegic and quadriplegic
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Amputation and crush injuries
- Severe burns to the body
Remember, it is a mistake to hire a far-away attorney who does not know, and is not familiar with the most important aspect of your case: who is your doctor? For 31 years, Bruce has worked with (and against, if necessary) virtually every orthopedic and neurosurgeon practicing from Macon to Valdosta, from Brunswick to Columbus. So you should not hire an attorney who is located far away, where they could not possibly have a relationship with your doctor. If you were hurt in South Georgia, you should retain a South Georgia attorney.
Workers’ compensation attorney, Bruce Edwards, has vast experience in handling catastrophic injuries. Contact his office to schedule your free initial consultation.
At the Law Office of Bruce Edwards, P.C., Bruce has represented seriously injured workers for over 31 years. His ethical, effective and aggressive methods in representing his clients have made him one of the most respected workers’ compensation attorneys in Georgia.