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Can You Get Fired While out on Workers Comp in Atlanta?

You could get hurt at work on any given day. Obviously, certain workers are more at risk of getting hurt than others. If you do physical work, you’re putting your...

If You Work at Home, You May Still be Eligible for Worker’s Comp

Studies show that more than 25% of all employees work at home. This means that more employees are telecommuting. They’re not actually going into the office. They have no reason...

Can You File for Workers Compensation if You Were High When You Got Injured?

We all get up in the morning and go to work. The last thing we think about is whether or not we’re going to get hurt on the job. Yet,...

How Much is the Average Workers Comp Settlement in Georgia?

If you get injured on the job, you’re going to want compensation. For the most part, the only compensation you’ll really get is medical care and replacement wages. Usually, people...

Why Would My Workers Comp Claim in Atlanta Be Denied?

Most of us have friends or family members who’ve gotten hurt at work. It seems like they received their workers comp benefits in no time. They got replacement wages and...

Can an Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Explain My Rights?

If you or one of your co-workers incurred workplace injuries, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. The best way to find out what your rights are is to...

Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Attorney Overview of Employees’ Duties

When discussing their case with an Atlanta workers’ comp lawyer, employees mostly care about employer duties. Few of them realize that employees have duties as well. These are very important, as...

Workers Injured In Georgia Aluminum Plant Explosion

Industrial accidents and disasters are some of the worst possible work-related accidents. It is not uncommon for there to be serious injuries and fatalities among workers, but also civilians. Typically,...

Burn Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Thousands of Americans suffer from burn injuries every year, with roughly eight percent of those people sustaining their burns in a workplace accident. In fact, there are over 5,000 burn-related...

What Happens If You’re Injured and Your Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Compensation?

Imagine you are a dishwasher in a restaurant and you’re at your job scrubbing dishes on a busy night. Naturally, the floors have gotten a bit messy and suddenly you...

Changing Workforce Demographics and Workers’ Compensation

There always changes going on in workforce demographics. When labor laws became stricter, it became illegal to employ children; when the men were shipped off to Europe during World War...