5 Things to Do When You’re Injured on the Job

If you’re injured at work, you’re protected under Georgia laws. However, there are certain aspects you are responsible for to make sure your claim gets filed and processed properly. To ensure the best results in your workers’ compensation case, there are certain procedures you should follow. Employer Notification If you’re injured on the job, one […]

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The Difference Between Temporary Total and Partial Disability

On-the-job injuries can take a devastating toll on both individuals and families leaving them with costly medical bills, lost wages, time away from work and in some cases partial or even permanent disabilities. When people think of workers’ compensation, many mistakenly assume they only qualify for benefits if they become completely disabled under what’s called […]

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Choosing the Right Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Going to court after a workplace injury can be intimidating. Although the state of Georgia enforces laws that protect you, the claims process can be difficult and confusing. You have to deal with your previous employer, the insurance providers, medical personnel and the legal system. Although some workers choose to represent themselves, this is unadvisable […]

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