The Ramos Law Firm, fighting for Georgia's injured workers

Wondering how you will get paid while on workers' compensation?

Injured workers in Georgia are paid through workers' compensation at a rate of 66% of their average weekly wage. The average weekly wage is taken from the employee's last 13 weeks of pay prior to his injury.

Do you feel all alone in the fight against workers' comp?

The insurance companies are well-versed in workers’ compensation and they rely on you trusting them. In addition, the “adjuster” or “case manager” is loyal to the company and will not have your best interest at heart. Don’t go through this alone.

Not sure where to begin with your workers' compensation?

Let us help you through this difficult time. We know the procedures and can guide you through the system with ease.

Injured but Looking for Work In Georgia?

Have you been “let go” or “terminated” or “laid off” from your job after you were injured on the job? Are you still on “medical restrictions” but need to look for work? At the Ramos Law Firm, we understand how hard this situation can be for you. To help, we have assembled a few pointers, along with some useful links.

Call Now For a Free Workers' Compensation Consultation (404) 355-3431

Injury Case Studies

We are dedicated to representing the injured worker, no matter what the injury. We understand that you are hurting and you want answers. We can help.

Benefits Denied?

If you've been denied your rights under the workers' compensation laws, you need someone to fight for you. Don't wait, call today for a free consultation,

Occupational Studies

A work accident can happen no matter what industry you work in. Our firm has handled cases for doctors, nurses, school employees, construction workers, airline employees, beverage employees and so many more.

Injured at the airport?

At the Ramos Law Firm we are experienced with Atlanta airport and airline injuries.
The insurance companies are well-versed in workers’ compensation and they rely on you trusting them. In addition, the “adjuster” or “case manager” is loyal to the company and will not have your best interest at heart. Don’t go through this alone. Call attorney Bryan Ramos, at (404) 355-3431 for your free consultation.