Will The Workers’ Compensation Insurer Send Me A 1099 Or W-2?
You will not receive a W2 for workers’ comp because workers’ compensation benefits are not taxable income for the vast …Read More
Will I get a 1099 for my workers’ compensation benefits from last year?
You will not get a 1099 for workers’ comp because workers’ compensation benefits are, in general, not taxable income in …Read More
The workers’ compensation adjuster just sent me a check for a disability rating. Does this mean my case is settled?
If you are paid a workers’ comp check for a disability rating, it does not mean your case is settled. …Read More
What will the taxes be on my workers’ comp benefits or settlement?
Wondering what the taxes will be on your workers’ comp benefits? For most people the answer is none. Workers’ compensation …Read More
Interview with the Mediator
I recently had breakfast with my old friend and former neighbor, Greg Parent of Miles Mediation & Arbitration, and I …Read More
What happens after my attorney and I resolve my workers’ comp case?
One of the benefits of being an Atlanta workers compensation attorney is maintaining a relationship with my clients. I often …Read More
What does your client expect from her workers’ comp settlement?
For the past few weeks, I’ve been negotiating back and forth with an insurance defense attorney at an Atlanta firm …Read More
Wal-Mart settles workers’ comp lawsuit with over 13K injured employees
Mega-retailer Wal-Mart has long been accused of unfair practices with regard to its workers, but recently some Wal-Mart employees in …Read More
N.Y. court finds rape victim’s settlement subject to subrogation
Last week a New York appellate court ruled that a civil settlement received by a New York rape victim can be subrogated …Read More
Proposed Changes to Medicare Set-Asides Affect Workers’ Compensation Settlements
The meeting of the 111th Congress was the one that saw Medicare Secondary Payer bill H.R. 2641 flop over and twitch. The …Read More