Free Consultation706-377-4044
Respected Advocates. Knowledgeable Lawyers.

» Lavonia Georgia Workers Comp Lawyer

Lavonia Ga Workers' Compensation Lawyer

At The Van Dora Law Firm, we have handled workers’ comp claims for over 37 years with success all across the state. We offer free consultations at all of our locations in Hartwell & Athens. We can also come to you if you are too injured to travel.
Read More

Can I have both a workers compensation claim and a personal injury claim for the same injury?

Yes! Call the Van Dora Law Firm today for a free consultation with one of our Hartwell and Athens Georgia injury attorneys.
Read More

Will my Georgia workers’ compensation claim be affected by COVID-19 (corona virus) ?

Are you worried about how COVID-19 (corona virus) will effect your workers' comp case? Call the experienced attorneys at The Van Dora Law Firm today to get a personalized case evaluation. We can help.
Read More

Jeremiah T. Van Dora Named Super Lawyers “Rising Star” In Workers’ Compensation

Jeremiah T. Van Dora has been named a “Rising Star” in the area of workers’ compensation law by Super Lawyers for the third consecutive year. He is part of an elite group of Georgia attorneys to have earned this distinction.
Read More
Athens Georgia Nursing Home Attorneys


Van Dora Law Firm partner Jeremiah T. Van Dora recovered $265,000 for a Hart County man who severely injured his lower back which required multiple surgeries as a result of his on-the-job accident.
Read More


The attorneys at The Van Dora Law Firm have the experience to help your family after a loved one dies in a work place accident.
Read More

How Much is My Georgia Workers' Comp Case Worth?

Before you agree to any type of settlement it is important to make sure that the value of your case has been properly calculated. You may want to consider a free consultation with a local workers’ compensation attorney to get their opinion and eval…
Read More

How long do I have to be employed to get workers' comp benefits in Georgia?

The answer is simple. The second you start working for an employer you are entitled to workers’ comp. It does not matter if you have been working for an employer for 10 years or 10 minutes.
Read More

For More Information

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.