Workers’ Compensation Cases with Falls and Overexertion are the Most Expensive

Workers’ Compensation Cases with Falls and Overexertion are the Most Expensive

Those workers’ compensation cases that involve falls and overexertion are awarded nearly $25 billion every year. These types of injuries in the workplace are in the top ten sources of serious but nonfatal on the job injuries according to the National Academy of Social Insurance and the […]

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On the Job Deaths Offer Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Part III

On the Job Deaths Offer Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Part III

Part III Occasionally there is significant information that gets overlooked when educating yourself about workers’ compensation benefits when a deceased employee is involved. Attorneys can be helpful in looking for the information to help the defendants as well as any beneficiaries with understanding what needs to be […]

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On the Job Deaths Offer Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Part II

On the Job Deaths Offer Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Part II

Part II Those individuals considered for dependent death beneficiaries is determined by the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act. This act details whether or not a deceased worker’s dependents are considered primary or secondary beneficiaries. How Do You Determine Beneficiaries? It is important to know who the primary and […]

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On the Job, Deaths Offer Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Part I

On the Job, Deaths Offer Workers’ Compensation Benefits – Part I

Whenever someone you care about dies, it can be heartbreaking beyond belief. Even worse, for the situation to be handled in a businesslike manner as a result of something that happened while at work can be frustrating because of all of the paperwork and red tape that […]

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Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act History

Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act History

The Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act provides benefits for employees who have had a work-related injury to cover medical bills and missing wages. While also protecting the employer, it sets the benefit amounts that each employee is permitted. Adopted in 1920, the Act has helped Georgia workers with […]

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The Most Effective Method to Make a Report for Job-Related Accidents

The Most Effective Method to Make a Report for Job-Related Accidents

Company workers, who may have been in a job-related mishap or injury, are qualified for workers’ compensation benefits as given by a business’ insurance group. Regardless of the place that the damage occurs, even when it is not nearby the business and happens in an auto or […]

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