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Opioid Addiction and Workers’ Compensation

When an Atlanta worker is injured, they can file for Georgia Workers’ Compensation benefits to be compensated for their injuries. One of the essential components necessary for worker recovery is...

Workplace Injury at Construction Sites

The construction industry is a vital part of the Georgia economy, and many Atlanta workers find gainful employment in the sector. However, working in construction can often be hazardous and...

A Closer Look at Occupational Diseases

When most Atlanta workers think of what types of injuries might occur through the course of their employment, they think about either hurting their shoulder or breaking a bone. A...

Obesity Epidemic Takes a Toll On Workers

For years, Americans have heard about the obesity epidemic, and Georgia weighs in as the state with the 19th highest rate of adult obesity at 30.5 percent. The high rate...

What Is a Third-Party Claim?

Most Atlanta workers know that if they are injured on the job, they can receive benefits to cover the costs of their injury through workers’ compensation. There are certain workplace...

FAQs About Georgia Workers’ Compensation

Being injured can be a difficult experience, especially if the injury is serious or the worker is unsure of whether or not workers’ compensation will cover expenses. Although nearly all...

Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

When a worker is injured during the course of their work, the first thing they should be focusing on is getting treatment and taking time for proper recovery. If the...

How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Georgia

Nearly every worker in Atlanta is covered by workers’ compensation insurance and is entitled to receive benefits when they are injured while performing their job. However, in order to ensure...

Do I Qualify for Workers’ Compensation as a Part-Time Employee?

There are millions of part-time workers employed in various capacities in the U.S., including thousands of Atlanta workers. Just as full-time employees, many of these part-time workers sustain injuries while...

Seeking Medical Benefits Through Workers’ Compensation

In Atlanta, most workers are covered by workers’ compensation insurance. This insurance compensates workers who are injured by paying income and medical benefits during the time they are recovering from...

Catastrophic Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

For most Atlanta workers who are injured on the job, life will return to either complete or relative normalcy after necessary treatment and recovery periods. For some workers, however, the...

Why Reporting Workplace Accidents Is Important

Although almost all employers are required to purchase workers’ compensation insurance and most workers are covered by this insurance if they are injured, many miss out on valuable benefits. Why?...