Group health insurance versus workers' comp.

Individuals who are injured on the job frequently ask if they should pay for their medical treatment with their group health coverage or file a workers' compensation claim. If you are in fact injured at work in Georgia, then the workers' compensation carrier is responsible for your medical treatment and you should file a workers' compensation claim. If your claim has been disputed and workers' comp is not paying for your medical bills, you should consider having your group health insurance pay for your medical bills. Of course, if you feel like your claim has been incorrectly denied, you should contact an attorney to discuss your case. If you have any quesitons about group health insurance versus workers' comp insurance, contact experienced Atlanta work injury attorney Brian H. Sumrall at (404) 857-3835 or visit

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