What will the 2016 tax bill be for my workers’ compensation check in Georgia?

Every year during the first few months of a new year, this question comes up from clients.  The simple answer is “none.” However, per IRS Publication 525, if you’re on Social Security, and it has been reduced by the amount of workers’ compensation benefits you’re being paid, that amount is likely taxable.  However, for the  … 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 like to check in with clients a few weeks, months, or even years after they’ve resolved their case and, hopefully, moved on to new vocations or educational opportunities that their bodies will allow after their  … Read more

the Latin American Association’s “Latina Empowerment” conference

Many of our clients over the years have been from the Latino/Latina community, and we’re lucky to have a bilingual paralegal who helps with communicating with native Spanish speakers.  Last weekend, Michael Moebes, Angelica Rosso, and Tatiana Bush attended the Latina Empowerment conference, as Moebes Law LLC was an exhibiting sponsor. This was the organization’s  … Read more

What will the taxes be on my workers’ comp benefits or settlement?

As a Atlanta workers comp lawyer, every year during the first few months of a new year, this question comes up from clients.  The simple answer is “none.”  However, per IRS Publication 525, if you’re on Social Security, and it has been reduced by the amount of workers’ compensation benefits you’re being paid, that amount is  … Read more