Bobe & Snell

Firm Overview

When it comes to finding competent workers compensation attorneys in Georgia trust in Bobe & Snell, Attorneys at Law. Workers on a daily basis are exposed to the risk of an injury in the workplace. These injuries can occur in a variety of ways including, unsafe workplace conditions, intentional misconduct or simply by accident without fault. However, workers are often at fault for their own injuries. Regardless of when the accident, injury or illness is a result of conditions outside of your control, you may be eligible for workers compensation benefits. In fact, an event or actual accident is not required to establish a workplace injury.

Work-related injuries often arise out of repetitive motion or the simple worsening of one's condition overtime. A preexisting condition does not prevent the possibility of a workers compensation claim. Dealing with a workplace injury can be a trying and difficult experience.

We are dedicated to providing superior representation with skilled and experienced attorneys to either pursue your rights under the Workers Compensation Act or defend your interests as an uninsured or insured employer. With over 25 years experience, we are ready, willing and able to provide you with the best representation possible. Should you retain us, you will receive immediate and timely communication of your claim status and pending issues. We value your time and show the utmost courtesy and respect.

We are located in Alpharetta, GA. Other areas we cover include: Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Roswell. Alpharetta, John's Creek, Milton, Woodstock, Canton. Acworth. Marietta, Cumming, Lawrenceville, Duluth, Fulton County, Forsyth County, Cherokee County, Gwinnett County, Cobb County, Dekalb County.
Main Office
MAIN OFFICE:
1095 Powers Place
Alpharetta  GA  30009
Phone
  • (470) 268-5802
Fax
  • (470) 268-5803
Websites
Workers Compensation
Law Firm Specializing in Workers Compensation
Workers Compensation
Workers are exposed daily to the risk of a workplace injury. On-the-job injuries can occur in a variety of ways including: unsafe workplace conditions, intentional misconduct or simply by accident without fault, However, workers are often at fault for their own injuries. Regardless of when the accident, injury or illness is a result of conditions outside of your control, you may be eligible for workers compensation benefits, In fact, an event or actual accident is not required to establish a workplace injury. Work-related injuries often arise out of repetitive motion or the simple worsening of one's condition over time, A preexisting condition does not prevent the possibility of a workers compensation claim. Dealing with such an injury can be a trying and difficult experience.

Catastrophic Accidents
Injuries resulting in permanent disability can be considered catastrophic. Catastrophic claims lift the statutory limits on both disability and medical benefits. Due to their serious nature, catastrophic claims are best handled by workers compensation attorneys.

Slip & Fall
Workers are exposed to the risk of a slip & fall accident by simply performing the daily requirements of their job. Unlike premises liability, negligence is not an issue in workers compensation claims.

Construction Accidents
In Georgia, construction accidents are one of the most common and potentially the most debilitating cause of injury. Construction accidents are often ignored by the employer. We can help!

Death Claims
Dependents of fatally injured workers are entitled to benefits under the Workers Compensation Act. Don't lose those benefits, call us!

Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal cord injuries are one of the most life altering injuries that anybody can sustain. Spinal cord injuries affect the way of life for entire families as these injuries often cause paralysis, as well was other serious medical issues. The impact on spinal cord victims and families is overwhelming not only because of the physical and psychological changes, but spinal cord injuries can additionally cause a financial strain on families, Due to the nature of spinal cord injuries, the injured worker may be entitled to additional benefits such as home modifications, in home care and a wheelchair accessible vehicle.

Back & Neck Injuries
Workplace accidents often result in injuries to a worker's back and neck. These injuries should be taken seriously as they can result in a permanent disability and prevent the injured worker from returning back to gainful employment. In addition, back and neck injuries require immediate medical attention. Workers compensation back and neck injuries do not need to be a result of a specific workplace trauma. They can be caused by repetitive activities at work.

Head & Brain Injuries
Head and/or brain injuries can not only be life changing but they are often denied or under treated by workers compensation carriers. These injuries are often subjective complaint drive. That subjectivity can lead to claim issues regarding the need and scope of your treatment.

Psychological Injuries
Georgia does not recognize all psychological claims under the Workers Compensation Act. In order for a psychological claim to be accepted as a workers compensation injury in Georgia, the psychological condition, such as depression, must be accompanied by an underlying work related physical injury.

Repetitive Use Injuries / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
An injury does not need to be caused by a specific traumatic event for the injury to be deemed a compensable workers compensation injury in Georgia. Performing repetitive activities and the same type of motion everyday at work can result in repetitive use injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. An employee who sustains injuries caused by repetitive activities is entitled to workers compensation benefits.

Lost Income Benefits
An injured worker may be entitled to workers compensation income benefits which are broken down into four distinct categories; Temporary Total Disability Benefits (TTD), Temporary Partial Disability Benefits (TPD), Permanent Partial Disability Benefits (PPD) or Death Benefits. Depending on your injury and unique circumstances, you may be entitled to one of these weekly benefits. The weekly benefits are equate to two-thirds of the injured workers pre-injury average weekly wage up to the maximum of $525.00 per week for TTD and PPD benefits. Please be aware that an injured worker is not entitled to any recovery for pain and suffering for a Georgia workers compensation claim.

Medical Benefits
An injured worker is entitled to medical treatment which is to be furnished by the employer for the work related injury. The employer is required to post a panel of physicians in the workplace and the injured worker is required to treat with a physician listed that the panel.

Glenn Bobe

Glenn graduated summa cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law. He began practicing Workers Compensation law in 1999. He came an equity partner at a large insurance defense firm in 2005. In 2014, along with Jeff Snell, founded Bobe & Snell, LLC. Glenn has been an active member in the Georgia State Bar Association, Atlanta Bar Association, North Fulton Bar Association and the Georgia Workers Compensation Division.

Glenn is licensed in the Georgia Supreme Court. Georgia Court of Appeals, Northern District of the U.S. Federal, as well as all Georgia Superior, State, and Magistrate Courts. Over the past 15 years. Glenn has been the winning counsel on cases published and reported by the Georgia Court of Appeals. He has dedicated
his practice to representing injured workers. employers. and insurance companies. Beyond practicing law. Glenn is a licensed mediator and specializes in mediating workers compensation claims.

Jeff Snell

Jeff graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Law in 2000. He practiced as a General Liability attorney for a large New York City law firm until 2003. He relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in 2003 and began practicing Workers Compensation Law. In 2010, Jeff became partner at a large insurance defense firm.

In 2014, along with Glenn Bobe, founded Bobe & Snell, LLC. Jeff is an active member of the Georgia State Bar Association, the Atlanta Bar Association, and the Forsyth County Bar Association. Jeff has dedicated his practice to representing injured workers and select employers.

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