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How Long Does a Georgia Workers’ Compensation Claim Take?

Posted on April 28, 2021 in
Waiting for your workers’ compensation claim to settle and end in a check mailed to you for your family’s needs is not easy. You may be facing considerable financial losses between your medical expenses and lost wages combined. However, all workers’ compensation settlements in Georgia require approval by the State Board of Workers’ Compensation....
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How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Georgia?

Posted on April 28, 2021 in
A workers’ compensation claim can reimburse you for the money you lost in medical bills and missed wages. In Georgia, workers’ comp is a no-fault system that does not require you to prove liability for your accident. However, you may still encounter challenges that interfere with your ability to recover. Before attempting to resolve...
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How Do Pre-Existing Conditions Impact Workers’ Comp in Georgia?

Posted on April 27, 2021 in
Pre-existing conditions are common among workers in Georgia. Thousands of employees go to work every day with pre-existing back pain, chronic pain, prior concussions or other previously healed injuries. Unfortunately, having a pre-existing condition or injury can lead to a more difficult workers’ compensation insurance process in Georgia. An insurance company will look for...
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Are Your Georgia Workers’ Compensation Benefits Taxable?

Posted on April 26, 2021 in
If you get injured in an accident at work, you could receive financial benefits for your related medical expenses, lost earnings and disability through a workers’ compensation claim. These are no-fault benefits that are available to all workers of businesses in Georgia with at least three employees. Although workers often wonder if their injury...
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Can Remote Workers Get Workers’ Comp If They’re Hurt at Home?

Posted on April 23, 2021 in
The COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic has altered things for millions of workers around the world. Many companies have switched to remote workers who perform their jobs from home to promote social distancing. An increase in remote work options has led to more workers asking whether workers’ compensation covers their injuries while working from home. The answer...
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