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on-the-job car accidents Archives

1 transported to hospital with injuries after job-related crash

A motor vehicle accident can take place in the blink of an eye, and the outcome of such an incident could carry devastating consequences. Each collision runs the unfortunate chance of leaving a person in Georgia with serious injuries, and in addition to the physical pain and suffering one may experience, the financial ramifications of such an incident may also prove substantial. A Department of Public Works employee was transported to the hospital with injuries after a car struck a street sweeper during a recent job-related crash.

Work-related car accident claims life of tow truck driver

While stopping on the side of the road to assist another person with a stranded vehicle can be dangerous at times, it may be part of the job for many tow truck drivers in Georgia. Should another driver fail to take the necessary precautions upon encountering a similar circumstance, the results can be devastating. A tow truck driver was reportedly hit and killed during a recent work-related car accident in a neighboring state.

Officer suffers serious injuries in job-related car accident

In some cases, workers in Georgia and elsewhere may be able to reduce the odds of a job-related accident by strictly adhering to safety protocols and regulations. However, the safety of those who are required to operate a vehicle as a part of their job may also rest partly in the hands of other drivers. An on-the-job car accident can have a devastating impact on a person's well-being and the extensive costs of treatment that often accompany similar incidents could also bring about periods of financial strain.

On-the-job car accidents: Officer injured in late-night crash

A police officer reportedly suffered serious injuries in a recent motor vehicle accident that occurred as the officer was performing job-related duties at the site of a construction project in another state. Individuals in Georgia and elsewhere who suffer severe harm in on-the-job car accidents could face substantial financial hardships during recovery. While these injured workers may be eligible for relief through the workers' compensation insurance system, they might be uncertain how best to handle the situation.

Common injuries suffered in on-the-job car accidents

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a stressful and scary process. Unfortunately, a similar incident can take place at any given moment, and the fallout of a collision could leave a person in Georgia with long-term or permanent injuries. Victims of on-the-job car accidents may suffer a variety of injuries, some of which could leave them facing a seemingly insurmountable hurdle of financial ramifications and a lengthy road to recovery.

On-the-job car accidents: Crash claims life of employee

Losing a loved one in a collision can be a traumatic experience, and while the emotional pain may ease with time, the financial challenges this could bring can leave a family in desperate need of relief. Families in Georgia who experience such loss in on-the-job car accidents may be eligible for such relief through the workers' compensation insurance system, but they may need guidance in navigating the process. A family in another state could be in search of advice following a recent crash that claimed the life of a 52-year-old woman.

Are on-the-job car accidents covered by workers' compensation?

When Georgia workers use their personal vehicles for work-related tasks, they might be unsure about their eligibility for workers' compensation benefits. On-the-job car accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, and injuries might have financial consequences such as medical expenses and lost income. A victim of such a car accident might even suffer injuries that cause permanent disabilities.

On-the-job car accidents may lead to lengthy recovery periods

A collision can take place at any moment, and the fallout of a crash could leave a person facing a seemingly insurmountable financial hurdle. On-the-job car accidents could prompt prolonged recovery periods that may leave a person facing the possibility of missing out on wages for months, or even years. A police officer in Georgia has recently returned to work after being off for more than a year after he was struck and injured by a drunk driver while on duty.

Many workers at risk of being injured in on-the-job car accidents

Suffering an injury while at work can be a stressful and scary experience. While such an incident can happen under a multitude of scenarios, those who must operate a motor vehicle as part of their job may face unique hazards, especially with an ever-increasing amount of traffic out on Georgia roads every day. Those who suffer injuries in on-the-job car accidents may be eligible to receive financial relief through the workers' compensation insurance system, but they might be uncertain how best to navigate the process.

When delivery drivers are hurt in on-the-job traffic accidents

For some workers, driving is a major part of their work. This is the case for most workers in the field of delivery services. Being a delivery driver has its challenges. For one, such workers can face significant safety challenges during the work day.

Verdicts And Settlements

  • Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury
    Settlement in the amount of $275,000.00

    While operating the Employer's dump truck, the Employee suffered a fatal crush injury.

  • Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury
    Settlement in the amount of $205,000.00

    The Employee was involved in a work-related motor vehicle accident, sustaining injuries to the cervical and lumbar spine, as well as to the right hand.

  • Personal Injury
    Settlement in the amount of $175,000.00

    The Client suffered a complex leg fracture when a distracted driver suddenly veered into oncoming traffic, causing a head-on collision with the Client.

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