When someone is injured on the job, it is one of the most difficult times of their lives. You are in pain and without the ability to earn the same wages as before. One would hope that the employers and the insurance companies would have your best interests at heart but they don't. The system is hard to navigate. The insurance companies routinely deny claims, delay your access to medical treatment, fail to pay for reasonable medical care and fail to timely issue income benefits when you are unable to work. The insurance companies like to offer small settlements to manipulate you into giving up your rights for pennies on the dollar. This does not happen to our clients. Our experienced lawyers are here to break that cycle!
Our attorneys are passionate about fighting for the rights of injured workers throughout the state of Georgia. We make it our personal mission to provide personal attention to our clients along with exceptional legal services. The insurance companies have attorneys helping them make decisions to deny your claim or to limit your rights. You absolutely need a lawyer fighting for your rights as well. Do not let the insurance companies take advantage of you or your loved ones. Hire a law firm that goes above and beyond to help you with your case. We will give you direct access to your attorney team and we will fight for you.
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Call Frank Burns today at 404-303-7770 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Prior to joining Frank Burns in 2009, Mr. Corbally worked for seven years at a prominent insurance defense firm where his practice focused on defending employers and insurers in all aspects of workers compensation claims including depositions, hearings, appeals and matters with the Georgia Subsequent Injury Trust Fund. He has also represented his clients successfully at numerous settlement mediations.
Mr. Corbally is a native of New York. He obtained a B.A. degree in Philosophy from Iona College. He later went on to complete an M.A. degree in Philosophy from Boston College. He later went on to pursue doctoral studies at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mr. Corbally obtained his J.D. degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. As part of his legal training, Mr. Corbally was also a visiting student at Emory University School of Law. Prior his work at a litigation attorney, Mr. Corbally worked in advertising in both New York City and Boston, Massachusetts, as well as in the non-profit industry. Mr. Corbally is married with three children. He is active in various leadership roles at schools and churches in the Atlanta area. He is a member of the Georgia State Bar and various sections of the Atlanta Bar Association. He is also a member of the St. Thomas More Law Society in Atlanta. He enjoys tennis, reading, classical music.
2018 – $2.81 million - Catastrophic Brain Injury
2017 – $1.35 million - Catastrophic Traumatic Brain injury
2017 – $925,000 - Personal Injury Roll over Crash - Neck, Shoulder and Back injuries
2017 – $175,000 - Traumatic Brain Injury with light duty work release
2015 – $1.8 million - Catastrophic injuries to both eyes caused by acid
2011 – $230,000 settlement - Head Injury from motor vehicle accident.
2010 – $242,856.00 cash settlement plus $168,819.00 Medicare Set-Aside - Back injury with surgery.
2009 – $80,000 settlement – Neck, Back, Left Shoulder without surgery.
2009 – $130,000 settlement – Right Hand, Left Hand with surgery.
2009 – $100,000 settlement – Back, Hearing loss, Left Shoulder with surgery.
2008 – $180,000 settlement for back injury with surgery
2008 – $121,500 settlement for back injury with surgery recommended
2008 – $115,000 settlement for back injury with surgery and foot drop
2007 – $240,000 settlement for foot injury with RSD Complications.
2004 – $700,000 structured settlement for Traumatic Brain Injury
$142,500 - Chemical burn with lymphadema
$240,000 - Bilateral CRPS injuries to both legs
$175,000 - Neck surgery case
$175,000 - Leg injury with lymphadema complication
Parham v. Swift Transportation
A08A0472, Court of Appeals of Georgia, 2008 Ga. App. Lexis 692; 633 SE2d 769 (2008)
Amedisys Home Health, Inc. v. Howard
A04A2079. , COURT OF APPEALS OF GEORGIA , 269 Ga. App. 656; 605 S.E.2d 60; 2004 Ga. App. LEXIS 1248, September 16, 2004, Decided
Jorisch v. Rhythm Festival
A00A2122. , COURT OF APPEALS OF GEORGIA , 247 Ga. App. 470; 544 S.E.2d 459; 2001 Ga. App. LEXIS 9; 2001 Fulton County D. Rep. 340, January 5, 2001, Decided, Certiorari Applied for. Petition for Certiorari Dismissed June 11, 2001, Reported at: 2001 Ga. LEXIS 487.
Boss v. Food Giant, Inc.
No. A89A1778, Court of Appeals of Georgia, 193 Ga. App. 434; 388 S.E.2d 37; 1989 Ga. App. LEXIS 1475, November 7, 1989, Decided
Wright v. Food Giant, Inc.
No. A90A0444, Court of Appeals of Georgia, 195 Ga. App. 677; 394 S.E.2d 610; 1990 Ga. App. LEXIS 654, May 16, 1990, Decided