Settlement Of Workers Compensation Claims: 4 Important Things to Know
If you have been injured on the job and have filed a worker’s compensation claim in Georgia, at some point, …Read More
What Are Stipulated Awards for Workers’ Compensation?
Stipulations are agreements and a Stipulation and Award in Georgia Workers’ Compensation is a final settlement agreement. They are often …Read More
How to Prove Repetitive Injury in A Workers’ Compensation Case
Repetitive stress injuries, also known as repetitive strain injuries, occur as a result of engaging in a particular motion or …Read More
Understanding Repetitive Motion Injuries in Workers’ Compensation Claims
When we think about workers’ compensation claims, we tend to conjure up dramatic accidents on the job, and these happen …Read More
How to Prevent Common Workplace Injuries
Your work is your livelihood – and is also a big part of who you are – and staying injury-free …Read More
Functional Capacity Evaluation for Workers Compensation: Here’s What You Need to Know
If you have been injured on the job, you face your fair share of challenges ahead, and workers’ compensation is …Read More
Injured at Work by Another Employee: Here’s What to Do
Being injured on the job is never easy. Not only are you nursing an injury, but you’re also facing time …Read More
Can Independent Contractors File for Workers’ Compensation?
In 2019, over 78,000 nonfatal workplace injuries took place in Georgia businesses. The average cost of a workers’ compensation claim is approximately …Read More
Do You Need to Hire an Attorney to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Not every workers’ compensation case necessitates legal counsel, but many do. Claimants suffering from potentially disabling conditions or injuries with …Read More