Workers' compensation job search in Georgia.

Employers sometimes fire employees following a job injury. If the termination is unrelated to the job injury, then an employee may need to prove a dilligent but unsuccessful job search in order to receive workers' compensation income benefits. When performing a job search, you should be sure to write down the name and number of every business where you looked for work, whether you completed an application, and the name of the person with whom you spoke. An Administrative Law Judge will review all of this information along with your testimony to determine whether you have conducted a dilligent job search and whether your inability to find a job is related to your work injury. If you have questions about a job search as it pertains to your workers' comp claim, contact Atlanta trial attorney Brian H. Sumrall at (404) 857-3835 or visit our website at

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