Atlanta Airline Workers’ Comp Lawyers
Helping Workers for American Airlines, Delta & Other Airlines
Were you hurt while working for an airline and don’t know where to turn to get the help you need? Are you employed at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC in Atlanta wants to hear from you.
We are a highly experienced team of Atlanta airline workers’ compensation claim attorneys on a mission to make life easier for as many clients as possible by securing them great case results with as little stress as possible. Led by Attorney Nathaniel Hansford, who has decades of legal experience and insight from his years as a workers’ comp insurance defense lawyer, we are capable of challenging workers’ comp claim denials by the biggest names in the airline industries and their insurance providers.
Our team can accept claims from airlines workers from:
- American Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
- And more
Schedule a free case evaluation with our firm today.
Legal Counsel for All Airline Workers
There are all sorts of careers to follow at an airline or in the average airport. Does that mean you need to search around for a workers’ compensation law firm that knows how to handle a claim based on your occupation? Not if you come to The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC in Atlanta, it doesn’t. Our highly experienced team is capable of forming and pursuing claims for any airline worker who has been injured on the job or while performing a job-related duty.
To name only a few of the airline and airport workers we can assist:
- Flight attendants
- TSA agents
- Airline administrators
- Flight dispatchers
- Ground or airport station attendants
- Baggage handlers
Many airline worker claims are filed by baggage handlers and flight attendants, though. Both of these roles are physically demanding. For example, baggage handlers can easily pull muscles or hurt their backs while moving large amounts of luggage to and from a plane. Flight attendants, on the other hand, must interact with irate passengers and know how to restraint them in emergencies, which can lead to an injury.
Can You Get Workers’ Comp for Emotional Harm?
It is no secret that flight attendants and pilots often need to deal with troublesome passengers who seem intent on making other peoples’ lives difficult. If an airline worker starts to experience mental health difficulties like anxiety or depression due to consistent exposure to emotionally abusive people, then can that employee get workers’ compensation? It depends on the situation, but it is a possibility under most workers’ compensation policies.
Workers’ compensation benefits can be granted to people who are suffering from work-related mental health difficulties if the connection between the work and the mental injury can be proven. Simply being stressed out, for example, probably does not warrant workers’ compensation. Seeking psychotherapy and telling the therapist about all sorts of stress and abuse caused by airline passengers, though, could create a clear medical record that also shows causation. To make the most of an airline workers’ comp case based on mental health difficulties or PTSD-like symptoms, it helps to team up with a legal professional.
Airline Workers in Atlanta Should Call (770) 629-9321 Now
Our Atlanta airline workers’ compensation claim attorneys are standing by to help local workers seek as many workers’ compensation benefits as possible. If your claim has already been denied, then we can fight for a lump-sum or structured settlement paid by the insurance provider that accounts for all your damages. We cannot help you unless we hear from you, though, so please contact our firm and arrange a no-cost case evaluation right away.