Workers’ Compensation Insurance
An Overview Of Workers’ Compensation Benefits In Georgia
A workplace injury can derail even the best-laid plans, often leaving you unable to work for a considerable period of …Read More
Can an Independent Contractor Get Workers’ Compensation in Georgia?
In the state of Georgia, independent contractors, freelancers, and/or consultants are not eligible for workers’ comp. This is because, technically, …Read More
Can The Workers’ Comp Defense Attorney Threaten To Have Me Deported To Force A Low Settlement?
Threatening to have a worker deported for filing workers’ comp is unethical and Georgia’s Court of Appeals has upheld that …Read More
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
Can exotic dancers get workers’ compensation benefits in Georgia?
If an exotic dancer is injured at work, can she get workers’ comp? Dancers in the adult entertainment industry are …Read More
If I’m an injured worker on workers’ compensation disability benefits, when will my payments run out?
Wondering how long workers’ comp benefits last in Georgia? If your workers’ comp claim has been accepted, you’re getting disability …Read More
Can the workers’ comp insurance company’s lawyer talk to my doctor without me?
Wondering if your employer or workers’ comp representative can talk to your doctor when you’re not present? The short answer …Read More
Can my spouse get paid as an attendant care provider under Georgia workers’ compensation law?
Attendant care services may be available through workers’ comp in Georgia when a workplace accident results in injuries that cause …Read More
If I’m on workers’ compensation disability in Georgia, am I required to see the panel doctor?
If you’re injured on the job in Georgia, your employer should direct you to a workers’ comp panel of physicians immediately after …Read More