Workers' Compensation Attorney
Handling Personal Injury Claims in Sandy Springs, GA
City-Data, there are a few top industries in Sandy Springs. The first is professional,
scientific, and technical services which make up 17% of the city’s
industry work for men. Most of the time, this seems like a safe field
to work in. Yet if a scientist is working with hazardous materials or
a technical serviceman is handling electrical components, these jobs can
actually come with serious risk. If you are a technician and are harmed
while working with an electrical product, or are exposed to a dangerous
chemical at a lab, then you should contact our Sandy Springs injury law
9% of the city industry is devoted to finance and insurance, and another
9% is devoted to accommodation and food services. As well, another 7%
of the city’s industry is construction. In particular, construction
workers are at risk to horrific injuries while they are going about their
jobs. This is because in construction there is potential for falls, electricity
accident, and equipment malfunctions. There are also times that a building
may fall and the debris can harm a construction worker. When contractors
don’t require that employees wear ear protection when working with
loud machinery, it can cause damage that can eventually make a worker go deaf.
Even if you don’t work in an at-risk environment, you may still become
injured at your workplace and qualify for compensation under
workers' compensation law. For example, if you develop carpal tunnel from typing or back problems
from the chairs provided at your desk job, you may be able to spark a
lawsuit that will cover the money need to get proper medical attention.
Get the Help You Need. Call 888-665-7699 Now!
Attorney Douglas F. Kaleita is an accomplished, compassionate attorney
who is proud to serve clients throughout Sandy Springs and the surrounding
areas. If you have been injured on the job, do not hesitate to contact
his firm to request a 100% free review of your case.
Injured in Sandy Springs? Call Attorney Douglas F. Kaleita!
If you were not injured at work, you still may want to seek compensation
for another sort of accident. Other reasons you may need to file a personal
injury claim in Sandy Springs are a
truck accident, or
defective product. In the year of 2009, there were six fatal car accidents in Sandy Springs
that involved 11 different cars. 4 of these accidents were because of
drunken drivers and 22 people were involved in the crashes. 3 of the accidents
also involved pedestrians. If you are injured in an accident such as this,
then you have the right to seek compensation.
Information About Sandy Springs
Sandy Springs is a city located within Fulton County and in a northern
suburb of Atlanta. There are 93,853 people in Sandy Springs, according
to the US Census of 2010. The city has relatively humid weather, and has
a bustling downtown area. Sandy Springs is also home to a residential
area called the Dunwoody Panhandle and a few other locations with residencies
and small local businesses. At the last census, Sandy Springs held 42,334
households and was mostly white Americans.
Most residents of Sandy Springs are employed at the Northside Hospital,
but there are also a large number of workers who work at the IBM Corporation
or at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Other major businesses in the area include:
- United Parcel Service
- Cisco Systems, INC.
- AT&T Mobility
- ING North American Insurance Corporation
In Sandy Springs, there are two major limited-access highways: the Georgia
400 and the I-285 which runs east-west.
Major surface streets in the city include:
- Roswell Road
- Hammond Drive
- Johnson Ferry Road
- Hammond Drive
- Abernathy Road
- Dunwoody Club Drive
- Glenridge Drive
Because all of these roads are used frequently, those who travel on them
are at risk of horrible accidents. The city is currently working to fix
some traffic dangers that are causing problems, such as alternating traffic
signals on the freeway on-ramps or roads that are too narrow. Sandy Springs
also has a transit system. While this can serve as a benefit to people
who may not own cars, the buses and the rail rapid transit systems can
also become a danger to those who ride them.
Why You Should Hire Douglas F. Kaleita
If you have been harmed in any sort of accident and are now seeking compensation,
then you need to talk to Attorney Kaleita today. Our firm understands
when we should fight and when it is best to leave things as they are.
With our assistance, you will be able to head to court equipped. We won’t
charge you before we start your case. In fact, you won’t have to
pay a dime for our assistance unless you receive a settlement or verdict
from your case. That's because we operate on contingency fees.
We speak both Spanish and English and offer free case evaluations if you
want to determine whether or not your case is worth pursuing. So don't
hesitate to call (888) 665-7699 to take advantage. If you want to learn
even more, you can read
Doug's profile on the website or you can check out the
testimonials by satisfied customers who have worked with us.
When you are ready,
contact us for more information about your options!