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Why Hire a Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Atlanta

Nearly three million workers are injured every year while performing their jobs, including many thousands in Georgia. If you are an Atlanta worker who has been injured in a workplace...

What Type of Benefits Does Georgia Workers’ Compensation Provide?

Businesses spend approximately $170 billion on injuries every year. That amount includes the benefits paid through Georgia workers’ compensation when Atlanta workers are injured performing their jobs. Despite being entitled...

Common Workplace Accidents That Qualify for Workers’ Compensation in Atlanta

Workplace accidents and injuries can happen on any job and in any industry in Atlanta. There are, of course, certain occupations that are more hazardous than others and accidents that...

Injured Georgia Worker: Know Your Rights

Since 1911, workers in the U.S. have been entitled to workers’ compensation for injuries sustained on the job. Yet many injured Atlanta workers miss out on benefits and compensation simply...

Atlanta Workers’ Compensation: Preventing Common Georgia Workplace Injuries

Each year, millions of Americans are affected by workplace injuries, both directly and indirectly. While Georgia on-the-job injuries are statistically lower than that of the entire nation, many must still...

Is It Too Late to File for Workers’ Compensation? Understanding the Georgia Statute of Limitations

Injured workers fail to file claims for a variety of reasons, but not doing so could be extremely detrimental in the future. If you have been injured while performing your...

Pre-Existing Conditions And Georgia Workers’ Compensation

Thousands of injured Atlanta workers file workers’ compensation claims in Georgia every year. Inevitably, many of these claims involve the aggravation of pre-existing conditions certain workers have. Pre-existing conditions can...