My lawyer waits 3 weeks to call me back, and when he finally does, I’m pretty sure he’s drunk. Should I fire him?
Sadly, you are not the first person to ask me this question and provide me this back story. I’ll tell …Read More
I can’t make ends meet on temporary disability benefits. Do I have options?
Certainly, living off of 2/3 your pre-injury wage can be difficult, especially if you used to make more than $750/week …Read More
I just got a letter saying my workers’ compensation benefits will be cut off. Now what?
Don’t panic just yet. In the past few weeks, I’ve seen several WC-2 filings indicating a client’s workers’ compensation disability …Read More
Should I engage in nude dancing while receiving workers’ comp disability benefits in Georgia?
As much fun as nude dancing while getting a temporary total disability check from your Georgia workers’ compensation claim may …Read More
It’s April 15. Does this mean I need an Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney?
Having trouble paying your taxes because you’ve been injured at work in Georgia? Then you need a workers’ compensation attorney. …Read More
If the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation sends my case to mediation, do I have to accept?
Most of the time, if you and the employer and/or insurer have been scheduled to mediate your Georgia workers’ compensation …Read More
How can I tell if my boss has Georgia workers’ compensation insurance?
The State Board of Workers’ Compensation in Atlanta has a website that will assist you in looking up your employer to see if the …Read More
My Georgia workers’ compensation adjuster cut off my benefits after a light duty release. Is this okay?
No. I’ve seen several Georgia workers’ compensation insurance adjusters cut off a workers’ comp claimant’s disability benefits after a treating …Read More
Should I call my workers’ compensation attorney 12 times a day if my TTD check is late?
Sometimes, for no identifiable reason, an injured worker who is receiving workers’ compensation benefits will not get his or her …Read More
Macon workers’ compensation administrative law judge orders access to Facebook and MySpace pages
If you have a Georgia workers’ compensation claim and use social media, such as MySpace, FaceBook, Foursquare, and the like, please be …Read More