Category: Help for Injuries


What shoud I do if sustain an injury at my job in Georgia?

Wondering what to do if you get hurt at work? If you have never experienced an on-the-job injury before, you should be aware of what to do right away, so that you are able to protect your rights should something occur. Here’s a short (but important!) list of things Georgia employees should know: Take Notes  … Read more

2019 Legislative Changes to Workers’ Compensation Law in Georgia

In 2019, the Georgia Legislature passed and signed into law multiple major changes to workers’ compensation law in Georgia. Here’s what changed: 400-week cap lifted for long term medical devices The state revised O.C.G.A. § 34-9-200, lifting the 400-week cap for non-catastrophic claims on medical benefits for long term medical devices that typically require maintenance  … Read more

¿Puedo recibir beneficios correspondientes a la compensación laboral en Georgia para un daño mental?

Hasta ahora en esta serie de artículos donde analizo cuáles daños pueden calificar para los beneficios de la compensación laboral y cuáles no, he mencionado lesiones por quemadura y por resbalones y caídas. Entre las lesiones incluidos en el sitio web de nuestro bufete  se encuentran  daños psiquiátricos y psicológico, y hablaré de ellos hoy.  … Read more

What’s the difference between acute and overuse workplace injuries to shoulders and knees?

Overuse injuries to the shoulders and knees are common workplace occurrences, especially if the work is physically demanding. The level of pain and the treatment necessary for both joints vary widely, so it is important to have a clear understanding of the issue with which you are dealing and get appropriate medical attention.  Injuries to  … Read more

What if my physical injury at work is causing anxiety and depression?

Many of my clients, after suffering a physical injury at work, find themselves losing interest in activities they used to enjoy. They often want to sleep twice as many hours as they used to need to feel rested. They’re anxious. They begin feeling hopeless. If that’s you, here’s some good news:  a physically injured worker can  … Read more