Employee Responsibilities in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Categories: Workers' Compensation

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Under the state’s workers’ compensation system, you can receive monetary compensation for work-related injuries and illnesses. Your employer is required by state and federal laws to carry this insurance coverage. They are also expected to follow a set number of rules imposed by the government so that they remain in compliance with workers’ compensation policies….

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Who is Liable in a Bicycle Accident?

Categories: Personal Injury

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A bicycle accident can result in severe, if not fatal, injuries. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 726 bicycle riders were killed in 2012 accidents. An injured cyclist and their loved ones may want compensation for the devastation caused by these incidents. To recover compensation, victims and their families must establish liability…

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I’m Injured, but I Don’t Have Insurance – Now What?

Categories: Car Accident

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After a motor vehicle accident, you might find yourself in a whirlwind of panic – especially if you do not have health insurance. Without health insurance, you might wonder how you will pay for the medical costs. You know that eventually, you will receive compensation from a lawsuit or insurance claim with the at-fault party,…

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Why Chiropractors Are Not Good After-Accident Care

Categories: Car Accident

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After a motor vehicle accident, your vehicle is totaled and while you walked away without anything catastrophic, you most certainly have neck pain, stiffness, and discomfort – all of which disrupt your daily life. Your first thought might be to see a chiropractor. After all, you do not have anything serious going on. But while…

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What is a Catastrophic Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Categories: Workers' Compensation

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Most workers’ compensation in Georgia do not qualify for catastrophic claims. Non-catastrophic claims limit a worker to benefits for just 400 weeks from the date of the injury, but if the injury is devastating, the state has unique rules that apply. Under the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act, specific injuries classify as catastrophic. If you qualify…

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