Concurrent Similar Employment in Georgia’s Workers Comp System: Compensation for Multiple Sources of Income Loss
In Georgia, if a work injury prevents you from earning income you are entitled to receive weekly temporary total disability (TTD) benefits while you are unable to work.  Normally, the [...]
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Amazing Resources For Georgia Car Accident Victims
If you were recently injured in a car accident in Georgia, you may suffer everything from guilt to a complete reluctance to take the wheel. By taking a proactive role [...]
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Medical Malpractice in Georgia
Medical malpractice is form of professional negligence wherein a provider breaches the generally accepted standard of care.  This breach can occur in any stage of medical treatment including diagnosis, medication [...]
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Catastrophic Work Injuries in Georgia
In Georgia, if you are injured at work you are usually limited to 400 weeks of income and medical benefits paid for by you employer’s insurance.  For certain injuries, income [...]
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Collecting Evidence From the Scene of a Georgia Car Accident: A Quick How-To Guide and…
With the screech of brakes and the sounds and sights of the collision still fresh in your memory, you are likely overwhelmed, emotionally and physically. Once you’ve had a beat [...]
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Georgia Workers’ Compensation: What If You Were Sick or Disabled Before Your Work Injury?
Pre-existing conditions can quickly complicate otherwise straightforward Georgia workers’ compensation cases. The presence of a pre-existing condition won’t necessarily bar you from receiving the benefits you deserve, but you will [...]
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Georgia Workers’ Compensation: Cumulative Trauma and Repetitive Motion Injuries
When most people picture workplace injuries, they imagine injuries such as broken legs or torn ligaments. Far fewer give proper consideration to the equally painful injuries that appear after years [...]
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Georgia Workers’ Compensation 101: Panel of Physicians
Did you know that if you are injured on the job in Georgia your employer is responsible for providing you with all reasonable and necessary medical treatment related to that [...]
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Taking Care Of Someone Who Has Suffered A Concussion Due to Car Accident in Georgia
Concussions are currently a major point of alarm for athletes, their coaches, and their parents. This concern is certainly warranted, but athletic injuries are far from the only source of [...]
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Dealing with Household Finances After a Catastrophic Injury or Death in Georgia
If a family member is catastrophically injured or killed as the result of an automobile or work accident, the surviving family members are placed in the unenviable position of dealing [...]
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