Workers’ Compensation Litigation
Can You Have a Second Job on Workers’ Comp in Georgia?
Suffering an injury on the job may hinder you from performing the same work you did before, but it does …Read More
Will Workers’ Comp Cover Pain and Suffering after an Accident?
Suffering serious injury at work can be a painful experience that can not only affect you physically, but also take …Read More
4 Strategies to Help Strengthen your Workers’ Comp Claim
A workplace injury can put immense strain on almost every aspect of your life. Not only may you be left …Read More
4 Tips for Social Media Use after a Workplace Accident
In this modern, digital era, the world is changing at a rapid pace. As the way we communicate has shifted …Read More
Should I Show Up For My Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Hearing Without My Attorney?
Wondering if you should show up without your attorney for a workers’ comp hearing? Georgia workers’ compensation hearings are frequently …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
My workers’ compensation lawyer says I have a deposition this week. Can I just skip it?
Wondering what a workers’ comp deposition is and if you have to go? When you file a workers’ compensation claim …Read More
What does it mean when my workers’ compensation lawyer files a lien on my case?
Did you receive a lien on your workers’ comp claim? Read on to find out what it is and what …Read More
Can workers’ comp claims investigators use my Facebook feed as evidence?
Workers’ comp insurance companies can and will use your social media posts to protect their assets. If you have been …Read More
How should I respond to questions about past injuries and claims in my workers’ comp deposition?
If you file a workers’ compensation hearing request in Georgia, you will almost certainly have your workers’ comp deposition taken …Read More