Food service workers are at a high risk for
suffering on-the-job injuries. Many of these injuries are minor and do not
hinder the ability to perform a job. But occasionally a worker will suffer
a very serious injury that makes it difficult or impossible to work and
requires extensive medical treatment or hospitalization. At The Barnett
Law Firm, we represent cooks, servers, bartenders, dishwashers, delivery
drivers and other restaurant workers who have been injured at work. To
discuss your injuries and legal options with a food service work injury
lawyer in the Atlanta metro area, please contact us online today.
Representing Injured Food Services Workers
Did you injure your back while lifting heavy
boxes at work?
Did you suffer a burn injury working with
Did you slip on the floor and suffer a head,
neck or back injury?
Did you get seriously cut when working with
Have you developed carpal tunnel syndrome
from operating a cash register?
If you have been injured at work — regardless
of who is at fault — you may be entitled to workers’ compensation
benefits. The workers’ compensation system is a no-fault system, which
means benefits are available to the injured worker whether the accident
was caused by employer negligence, employee negligence or another party.