The 4 Critical Things You Must Do If Injured On The Job

1) Notify your employer immediately that you suffered an injury at work.

2) Get the names and phone numbers of any witnesses.

3) Do not attempt to be tough and hope the injury will go away that only hurts you and your case. Ask for the medical treatment you are entitled to and give the medical provider as much information as possible about your injury and pain.

4) Call Dan Chapman & Associates to get immediate help. The employer and insurance company will have their lawyers working against you from the start. You deserve an experienced workers compensation lawyer fighting for you! Call 678-CHAPMAN (678-242-7626) NOW for a free, no obligation consultation!


  • Free Medical Care – past, present and future
  • Lost Weekly Wages
  • Cash Disability Settlements

If you have been injured on the job and want an experienced lawyer who will stand beside you and fight for your benefits.  We have former insurance company lawyers who know how to fight for your benefits. Call Dan Chapman & Associates now at 678-CHAPMAN (678-242-7626) and we will provide you with a free, no obligation consultation. If we handle your case for you, we do not get paid any fees until you win or settle your claim.

We represent worker compensation, job injury, personal injury and wrongful death victims and their families throughout the state of Georgia. Dan Chapman & Associates has 12 office locations available around Metro Atlanta and Outside Atlanta at or near: Fulton, Dekalb, Cobb, Clayton, Canton, Northwest Atlanta at the Exchange, Windy Hill, East Cobb on Roswell Road, Buckhead across from Lenox Mall, Midtown, Peachtree Center, Norcross, Lawrenceville, Chamblee-Tucker, College Park, Jonesboro, Winder and Conyers.

One thought on “The 4 Critical Things You Must Do If Injured On The Job

  1. Steve Brown Reply

    I’m so glad to have found you. My name is Stephen R. Brown, & I’m in Columbus Ga. I had a hernia surgery in 2016, on 4/30. I’ve had pain nonstop ever since. My injury happened at work & was covered by workmen’s comp. I’ve called the surgeon 3-4 times about it & they always say ” it’ll get better over time”, but it’s not, in fact it seems to be getting worse. I look forward to talking with your office in the very near future.

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