Ty Wilson Law Podcast
Ty Wilson Law Podcast
#197 Georgia Workers' Compensation Lawyer - Workers Compensation Calculator

Have you been injured and are looking for a Workers Compensation Settlement calculator? Hello, my name is Ty Wilson. I'm a Georgia workers compensation attorney.  And today we're going to talk about the questions that we need answered so that we can help determine a value for your claim. In order to determine a value for your Georgia workers compensation claim, There are several factors that go into making that decision. 

1. Are you out of work? Are you back at work either with restrictions or back to full duty? Certainly, as you can imagine, if you're out of work and receiving weekly income benefit checks, your claim has more value. Then if you're back at work full duty. 

2. What body part was injured? Was it a shoulder injury? Was it a back injury? Was it a finger injury? Certainly, back injuries carry more value with them than finger injuries. 

3. Have you been given permanent restrictions or an impairment rating?

4. Are you still treating or do you need more medical care? As you can imagine, if you need more medical care, potentially diagnostic testing, potentially surgery or procedures, that claim has more value than if you've completed all of your medical care. 

Now, if you'd like to speak with a Georgia workers compensation attorney to get an idea of the value of your Georgia workers compensation claim. Feel free to give us a call at the number in the screen.

If you're not ready to speak with an attorney, that's certainly fine. We've also written several special reports to help answer common, frequent questions that most injured workers have when they're thrown into a Georgia workers compensation claim. 

If you're interested in ordering those, if you look down at the description, there should be a link to those special reports, and we're adding more each day. And so take a look at those. And then if you have any questions, feel free to give us a call. We hope this information has been helpful, and we look forward to seeing you on the next video. Thank you.