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  • Can an insurance company just stop paying workers' compensation checks?
    Can an insurance company just stop paying workers' compensation checks?

    When an injured worker in Georgia is receiving workers' compensation income benefits, the workers' comp carrier cannot arbitrarily decide to stop those benefits. Unless the 350 week cap has run on ...

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  • Total knee replacements and Atlanta, GA workers' compensation claims.
    Total knee replacements and Atlanta, GA workers' compensation claims.

    Frequently, workers' compensation claimants who sustain knee injuries require total knee replacement surgery. Of course, the workers' compensation carriers are often hesitant to authorize these ...

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  • Late workers' compensation check.
    Late workers' compensation check.

    Life can be very stressful for injured workers relying on weekly workers' compensation checks. First, the workers' compensation carrier is only required to pay two thirds of the injured worker's ...

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  • How long does it take for the workers' compensation insurer to commence income benefits.
    How long does it take for the workers' compensation insurer to commence income benefits.

    If you have an Atlanta workers compensation claim and you are missing time from work, the insurance company is required to commence income benefits within twenty-one days after the employer has ...

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  • Delay in Georgia workers' compensation cases.
    Delay in Georgia workers' compensation cases.

    If you are a workers' compensation claimant in Georgia, you have probably experienced the frustration of medical treatment or testing being delayed. Adjusters handling workers' compensation claims ...

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  • Workers' compensation benefits and Social Security Disability benefits.
    Workers' compensation benefits and Social Security Disability benefits.

    It is quite common for an injured worker to also be receiving workers' compensation income benefits and Social Security Disability benefits. If you are receiving workers' compensation benefits and SSD ...

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