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Serving disabled workers in Douglasville, Columbus, and the surrounding areas of Georgia.
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Georgia's Workers Comp & Disability Lawyers
HELPING YOU GET THE COMPENSATION YOU NEED
Have you been unable to work because of an injury or disability?
If you have a worker's compensation claim, or have been denied disability, contact our Georgia Workers' Compensation and Social Security Disability Law Firm to help you.
If you have tried to apply for social security disability, and have been denied, you important you speak to a lawyer to make an appeal. Why? You can file only a limited number of appeals, so it’s crucial to hire an attorney to help you do it right. Serving disabled workers in Douglasville, Columbus, and the surrounding areas of Georgia. Call 770-489-3456 today for a free consultation.
Worker's compensation is known for being very complicated and most workers are afraid they will get in trouble, lose their job, or not get good treatment if they try to file worker's compensation. That is why it is crucial that you speak with an experienced Worker's Compensation lawyer in Georgia regarding your injury. The insurance companies that are supposed to be helping you are looking for any way to deny your claim, and we want to help you protect your rights and help your family financially recovery from a serious work injury. Give us a call to see how we can help.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR RIGHTS
We know that worker's compensation and disability can be very complex, and we want to answer some of the most common questions we get when our phone rings.
After being denied by SSD , I called the Law offices of Ellen Welsh and she got my disability claim approved. Her employees were professional and easy to work with. They took care of everything. I would highly recommend this law firm to anyone needing help with their SSD CLAIM
- Kyle C. Douglasville, GA
Miss Welsh is rated as the number one SSD attorney in my area and it is my believe that she still holds the title. She was very thorough, kept me informed and submitted all pertinent documents to support my case. I would highly recommend her to represent you. Just remember patience is a must. Have confidence that she is working behind the scenes to get you a favorable decision. Ms. Welsh thank you for your dedication!
- K. Tamiochus. Columbus, GA
After I was turned down for disability someone recommended Mrs Welsh as my attorney. When I called their office they were very nice and helpful. She didn't sugar coat anything and was very honest. I won my case and she explained everything every step of the way. Thank you Mrs Welsh and staff.
-Donl A. Columbus, GA
At the Law Office of Ellene Welsh, we help clients obtain the workers’ compensation benefits, Social Security Disability payments and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits they need. Practicing law since 1988, attorney Ellene Welsh aggressively stands up for clients with physical and mental disabilities that prohibit them from earning a living. She helps clients throughout Georgia from our locations in Columbus and Douglasville.
We’re here to help you get started right away. Call us at 770-489-3456 to get in touch with Attorney Ellene Welsh today.
You Can Depend On
Attorneys from all over the nation can say they handle SSD and workers comp claims in Georgia. However, because the application process can be stressful and intimidating, it helps to be able to walk into your attorney’s office and speak with someone face-to-face about your claim. That’s why we concentrate on serving individuals locally in Douglasville, throughout the Columbus metro area, and elsewhere in Georgia.
Being a local firm, we can offer personalized service to our clients. We will represent you at hearings throughout the process, keep in close contact with you, and stay on top of every detail. Further, we know the doctors, clinics, and other medical providers in the area. We can advise uninsured or financially distressed clients about available resources for free or reduced-cost healthcare treatment or prescription medications.
Don't Give Up on Getting Disability Benefits!
Speak With a Georgia Social Security Attorney to See How We Can Help YouSchedule a Consultation
If you have been denied SSD benefits, it’s time to contact an attorney. Unfortunately, you can file only a limited number of appeals, so it’s crucial to hire an attorney to help you do it right.
At the Law Office of Ellene Welsh, we help clients obtain the workers’ compensation benefits, Social Security Disability payments, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits they need. We have secured SSD benefits for many qualifying disabilities. We serve disabled workers in Douglasville, Columbus, and the surrounding areas of Georgia.
Call 770-489-3456 today for a free consultation.
About Georgia Social Security Disability & Worker's Compensation
You should contact Attorney Welsh if your initial disability benefits claim has been denied. She focuses on helping individuals through the appeals process.
Social Security Disability applications and workers’ compensation claims are lengthy, complex, and frustrating processes. Contact the Law Office of Ellene Welsh today if you have been denied the benefits you need and deserve.
Our firm is not just another nationwide mill that churns out case after case. Instead, we are a local firm that thoroughly evaluates and handles each claim individually. Clients are more than just case numbers at the Law Office of Ellene Welsh.
To discuss your situation, please request a free consultation by contacting us online or by calling 770-489-3456 or toll free 706-993-1540.
We have office locations in Douglasville and Columbus, and we serve clients across the state of Georgia.
Our firm handles SSDI and workers’ compensation cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you never pay us attorney fees upfront. Our fee is only paid if your Social Security Disability claim is approved.
Because of this, efficiency and quick responses are essential to the way our business operates every day. Our goal is to expedite your claim and get you the best results possible.
We can discuss these details during your initial consultation.
When disability or illness stops you from working, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. In addition, you might be able to get benefits from Georgia Workers’ Compensation depending on whether you were injured or became disabled due to your work. But, often, getting the benefits you deserve can be a slow and frustrating process.
Most people who apply for Social Security benefits are denied the first time. Also, many workers who are injured on the job are denied the workers’ compensation benefits they need to help pay for medical treatment and other expenses. The people who apply are left to worry about what they can do to provide for their loved ones and cover their costs.
Unfortunately, some employers are quite skillful at preventing their employees from obtaining proper disability benefits, particularly in cases where an injury or illness persists for a long time. By hiring a workers’ compensation lawyer to protect your rights to proper benefits, you may change your situation for the better.
SSDI disability benefits are based on different criteria than workers’ compensation benefits. You could be eligible for one or both of them.
Each state has its own workers’ comp program. A workers’ compensation attorney familiar with Georgia’s workers’ compensation laws can help you if you have been injured at work.
In the majority of cases, workers’ compensation is meant to be temporary. It allows employees who have been injured at work to continue to receive income while they recover or while they wait for SSDI long-term disability benefits to kick in.
These programs are separate, so one doesn’t qualify you for the other. So, if you don’t qualify for one, it won’t adversely affect the other.
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With 35 years of legal experience, Attorney Ellene Welsh specializes in assisting individuals in the Douglasville, Columbus, and West Georgia areas to secure Work Comp, Social Security Disability, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, leveraging her in-depth knowledge of the systems and collaborating with admin officials to secure her clients the financial support they deserve.Get Started