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Terminated following a work injury.
Terminated following a work injury.

Sadly, employees are often fired following a serious work injury. If this occurs, the workers' comp carrier may be required to pay workers' comp income benefits to the terminated employee. If they refuse to do so, an experienced attorney can request a hearing in front on an ...

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  • Terminated following a work injury.

    Sadly, employees are often fired following a serious work injury. If this occurs, the workers' comp carrier may be required to pay workers' comp income benefits to the terminated employee. If they ...

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  • Maximum workers' comp rate in Georgia.

    The amount of workers' compensation benefits you can receive in Georgia depends on your accident date. For accidents occurring after July 1, 2019, the maximum workers' compensation weekly benefit you ...

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  • Workers' compensation mileage.

    In Georgia workers' compensation cases, the Employer/Insurer are required to pay for medical mileage. The medical mileage must be paid within 30 days of submission. If you have questions about ...

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  • WC-104 Workers' Compensation Form.

    In Georgia, a workers' compensation carrier is allowed to reduce the amount an injured worker receives in income benefits one year after that person is released to light duty work by the authorized ...

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  • Pre-existing back injury and workers' comp.

    Many workers' compensation carriers attempt to deny work injuries alleging a pre-existing condition. However, in Georgia, an aggravation of a pre-existing condition should be covered by the workers' ...

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  • What is my workers' comp claim worth?

    The value of every workers' compensation claim is different. When considering the value of a work injury claim, one must look at whether the claim is accepted as compensable, the weekly workers' comp ...

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