Will I Get More Workers’ Compensation if I Have a Higher Salary?
Everyone knows that Workers’ Compensation pays for an injured worker’s medical care and cost of living while they’re out of work, but how far does it go? If you are a first-time injured worker who will be out of work for a while, you are likely wondering how much money you should expect to be […]Read More >>
What Is a Permanent Impairment Rating and How Is it Measured?
Any injury that impairs your ability to work could entitle you to compensation from your employer. The exact amount of compensation you receive depends on a number of factors that are specific to your case and the nature of your injury. An injury that at least partially disables you for life constitutes a permanent impairment. […]Read More >>
Can You Reopen Your Closed Workers’ Comp Case in Georgia?
If you have a dormant workers’ compensation in Georgia, you are likely wondering if your case is closed and if it can be reopened. This is a common question among workers’ comp clients and prospective clients and the answer to it depends on the specifics of your case. There are several reasons for a workers’ […]Read More >>
What Happens if You Get Coronavirus at Work?
The global coronavirus outbreak is the most talked-about story in the news today. What started in China has spread throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Americas. As of March 7th, the global number of confirmed cases surpassed 100,000, and those who have been exposed to the virus are being asked to self-quarantine. The global impact […]Read More >>
Will Your Insurance Company Pay Your Transportation Costs if You’re Injured on the Job?
If you were injured at work and are unable to drive yourself to the doctor, you might be wondering, “how do I get my insurance to pay for transportation?” In Georgia, insurance companies are generally held responsible for injured workers’ transportation costs. But it must first be determined why the worker is unfit to drive. […]Read More >>
Can Independent Contractors Receive Workers’ Compensation?
In our modern working world, more and more individuals are performing jobs on a contract basis. Whether a tradesperson for hire or someone working part-time in the Peach State’s gig economy, many are unsure if workers’ compensation is available for independent contractors. Technically, independent contractors are self-employed, meaning they’re both employer and employee. However, Georgia […]Read More >>
A Timeline for Personal Injury Lawsuits — How Long Does it Take? Pt. 2
In our last post, we outlined the early stages of filing a personal injury claim, all the way up to the point of bringing a lawsuit to court. Ideally, it won’t get this far, and you will be able to settle out of court — however, it doesn’t always work out that way. The infographic […]Read More >>
A Timeline for Personal Injury Lawsuits — How Long Does it Take? Pt. 1
If you’ve sustained a serious or life-changing injury and you believe there is a case for a personal injury claim, you are likely wondering how long the process of filing a personal injury lawsuit takes. Let’s walk through the timeline of a personal injury lawsuit — including how long it takes to go through each […]Read More >>
What Is the Average Settlement Payout for a Whiplash Injury?
Have you recently been in a work-related accident that may have caused you to sustain a whiplash injury? First things first — make sure you seek medical attention right away, so you can receive treatment and have doctors assess and document the extent of your injuries. After that, you should get in touch with our […]Read More >>
How Do Insurance Companies Calculate Pain & Suffering?
Our worker’s comp attorneys in Atlanta have handled countless personal injury claims, and one of the most common questions we are asked is, “How do insurance companies calculate pain and suffering?” Simply put, there is no single correct way for insurance companies to calculate pain and suffering for personal injury cases. But there are two […]Read More >>