If I’m hurt at work in Georgia, when will my medical care run out?
If you are hurt at work in Georgia, workers’ compensation will cover medical care related to your injury. Even if you …Read More
Is it possible to have a workers’ comp claim and a personal injury claim from one accident in Georgia?
Several of the cases my workers’ compensation law office in Atlanta is handling involve clients who have had injuries at work caused …Read More
Can an Atlanta accident attorney practice law without a Blackberry? No.
Just as you shouldn’t trust skinny chefs or tee-totaling bar tenders, you should be leery of the attorney who doesn’t …Read More
Hispanic workers’ fatality rate up 76% over past 15 years
USA Today recently reported that, while workplace fatalities are down overall, Hispanic workplace fatalities are significantly up right now. Certainly, if …Read More
Georgians’ wages to go up on Friday, July 24th
As an Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney, I monitor developments in employee benefits and wages, as increases can affect injured workers’ temporary …Read More
How Long Do I Have to Give Notice of My Workplace Injury in Georgia?
Often in my Atlanta workers’ compensation practice, I’m asked when an injured worker should report his injury to his employer. Simply put, …Read More
Atlantans Vent about Georgia Workers’ Compensation Rights
The “vent” in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution allows readers a chance to display their frustrations. A few days ago, the following rhetorical question …Read More
Injured Workers in Atlanta Find Their Voice in Mos Def
While an injured worker in Atlanta should absolutely seek assistance from an expert workers’ compensation attorney in Atlanta, he may also find solace …Read More
Injured Workers in Atlanta : How to Choose an Attorney
1. I would advise against hiring someone who calls himself “The Switchblade,” “The Hammer,” or any other inanimate object, weapon, …Read More
If I’m on workers’ compensation disability benefit in Georgia, how are my taxes figured?
Per IRS Publication 525, Temporary Total Disability (TTD) benefits in Georgia are not subject to income tax. Neither are Temporary Partial …Read More