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  • Termination as a result of a Georgia workers' compensation claim.
    Termination as a result of a Georgia workers' compensation claim.

    Sadly, employers frequently terminate injured workers after they file a workers' compensation claim. In Georgia, if your employer terminates you as a result of your work injury the workers' comp ...

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  • Medical treatment and Georgia workers' compensation claims.
    Medical treatment and Georgia workers' compensation claims.

    If you are injured on the job in Georgia, you have a certain degree of control over who treats you for your work injury. Your employer is required to maintain a list of workers' compensation ...

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  • Gradual onset workers' compensation injuries.
    Gradual onset workers' compensation injuries.

    Many injured workers believe they have to actually be involved in a specific work accident to be entitled to workers' compensation benefits in Georgia. That is not the case. If your job causes a ...

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  • Independent contractor or employee for the purposes of an Atlanta, GA workers' compensation claim.
    Independent contractor or employee for the purposes of an Atlanta, GA workers' compensation claim.

    Employees are covered under the Georgia Workers' Compensation Act, but independent contractors are generally not covered. Insurance companies frequently deny workers' compensation claims based on the ...

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