What to Expect at a Workers' Compensation Hearing

Hearings can be quite intimidating, especially if you have quite a bit on the line. Workers’ compensation hearings are no different, as they take place before an administrative law judge, also known as an ALJ. This is why it is important you enlist the help of an Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer you can trust to prepare you as best as possible, such as ours at The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC.

The hearing will begin as your legal team will lay out the necessary information, and the judge will summarize both parties’ positions. As the injured worker in the case, you will be sworn under oath to testify truthfully, and are allowed to call upon witnesses to further your case. It is during this time you will present the proper documents, including medical records, to the judge. Once you have completed your portion of the hearing, the opposition, including the insurance company, will attempt to disprove your need for compensation.

Your hearing will not conclude with a decision from the judge, as he or she will first review the closing briefs from either side. A finding will then be made once all evidence and briefs have been considered. Your chances of a successful outcome will be far more maximized with the help of our trusted legal counsel.  

Contact Our Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

If you are interested in an Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer who will go above and beyond on your behalf, look no further than ours at The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC. Our legal team has a proven track record of success, allowing you to rest assured you are in the most capable of hands. We will resolve your concern as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Contact us by calling (770) 629-9321.

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