Even pirates recognized the importance of workers’ compensation benefits

Per an article in the Victoria Advocate, a new book, “The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics of Pirates,” portrays pirates as a progressive lot, politically and economically. They embraced democracy, were quite tolerant of racial and sexual differences, and even created an early form of worker’s compensation and health care.

If a shipload of rogues can recognize the importance of workers’ compensation, isn’t it time you called the Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer about your injury at work today?

Of course it is.

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