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Light-Duty Work Restrictions and Workers’ Compensation

When work-related accidents happen, they can be devastating. This doesn’t include just the physical injury because it often overflows into our financial situations and our relationships. Tension and strain can...

City Employee in Atlanta Killed While Repairing Sewer

For some people, getting a job with the city is a dream come true. You work pretty steady hours, get incremental raises and, if you last long enough, can retire...

Why Can’t I Post About My Workers’ Compensation Case on Facebook?

Fraud in a workers’ compensation case is something to be taken seriously. Across the country, including the state of Georgia, there have been numerous cases where employees have exaggerated job-related...

Georgia Airline Employee Killed by Man in Company Parking Lot

Usually, workers comp lawyers in Atlanta deal with clients who are hurt while on the job. But, typically, their injuries happen while they’re doing their job. It’s always difficult when...

What Happens If I Don’t Report My Workplace Accident For A Few Weeks?

In the state of Georgia, employers are required to carry worker’s compensation insurance if they employ three or more workers. The point of having the insurance is to protect an...

30-Year Old Georgia Worker Killed in Ammonia Leak

Most of us get up in the morning, go to work, and just look forward to the weekend. Sure, if we do dangerous type of work, we may worry that...

Can You Get in Trouble for Filing Too Many Workers’ Comp Claims in Alpharetta?

Most of us will make it our entire lives without ever having to deal with workers' comp claims. Maybe you work in an office and don’t really have to do...

Union City Worker Killed in Hit and Run Accident in Fulton County

When people take a job with the city, they don’t expect it to lead to any sort of serious injury or death. Even people who work on county road details...

What is Maximum Medical Improvement and How Does it Affect My Georgia Workers Compensation Case?

When people get hurt at work, they’re typically entitled to workers compensation benefits. These benefits include both medical treatment as well as weekly benefits in the form of replacement wages....

Workers’ Comp Benefits in Georgia Change Every Year in July – What Were the Changes for 2019?

Every year, the Workers' Compensation laws change. They do this in July for some reason. Usually, the changes are minimal. For example, in 2013, they had changed the law so...

77-Year Old Man Kills One Worker and Injures Others in Georgia Construction Crash

When your loved one goes off to work in the morning, the last thing you expect is to never see them again. Unfortunately, when people do certain types of work,...

Can You Really Live on What You’ll Receive on Workers’ Comp in Atlanta?

If you get hurt at work in Georgia, you’ll probably qualify for workers' comp. Your Atlanta workers' comp attorney will fight to make sure you receive the benefits you’re entitled...