Suffering an on-the-job injury is almost always a devastating experience. Many workers are unable to return to their jobs for an extensive period, forced to sit at home as their medical bills and everyday expenses add up at a rapid rate. For most American families, this immense burden will often lead to financial turmoil. Thankfully, … Read more
We depend on our jobs to make ends meet, so when a workplace accident leaves us seriously injured and unable to make a living, it’s only natural to feel overwhelmed. If you were injured at work, you are probably aware that you can file for workers’ compensation benefits to cover some of the losses you’ve … Read more
We rely on our jobs to make a living, so when a workplace accident happens it can feel like a death sentence. In the blink of an eye, you were likely deprived of the paychecks you need to make ends meet, left to foot the bill for your growing medical costs and other unanticipated expenses. … Read more
In 2019, the Georgia Legislature passed and signed into law multiple major changes to workers’ compensation law in Georgia. Here’s what changed: 400-week cap lifted for long term medical devices The state revised O.C.G.A. § 34-9-200, lifting the 400-week cap for non-catastrophic claims on medical benefits for long term medical devices that typically require maintenance … Read more
If you hurt your back at work, you probably realize how few injuries can have the pervasive effect of a back injury. The pain can be debilitating and invade everything you do. It isn’t until your back is hurt that you realize just how many movements are dependent upon it. In short, by the grace … Read more
A vlog about how to proceed after a workplace injury.