Have you been laid off at Plant Vogtle and wonder how it will affect your workers’ compensation? Watch this video, then give our Augusta attorneys a call.
I was laid off at Plant Vogtle, how is this going to affect my workers’ comp case in Georgia?
We met with a client last week who had neck surgery. He’s an electrician at Plant Vogtle, and he had been recently laid off because construction is ending at the Plant Vogtle nuclear power plant. He asked how his layoff affects his workers’ comp case. If you’re reading this, you may have similar questions.
The layoff will not affect his workers’ comp case. His workers’ comp case will still continue. He will still have the benefits of a lost wage check, medical benefit coverage, and a permanent impairment rating. Not only will the layoff have no effect on the workers’ comp case, but it may also even improve his workers’ comp case because the employer will not have a light duty job to make available within his restrictions.
If you have a workers’ comp case out at Plant Vogtle or if you’ve suffered a layoff at Plant Vogtle and have other types of employment issues at Plant Vogtle, including an ongoing workers’ comp case, give us a call. We’d be happy to help.
Do you have questions about what to do if you were laid off at Plant Vogtle? Contact the experienced Georgia Workers’ Compensation Attorneys at Nimmons Malchow Johnson Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
We can help get your life back on track. Let our experience and dedication work for you.
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