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  • Underpayment of workers' comp benefits.
    Underpayment of workers' comp benefits.

    Georgia law requires the workers' compensation carrier to pay weekly income benefits equal to two thirds of your pre-injury average weekly wage. The average weekly wage is determined by taking an ...

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  • Does workers' comp settlement end medical treatment.
    Does workers' comp settlement end medical treatment.

    In Georgia , settling a workers' compensation claim usually means settling all aspects of the workers' comp claim, including your entitlement to medical. When considering settlement , the injured ...

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  • Do I need an attorney who specializes in work comp?
    Do I need an attorney who specializes in work comp?

    If you have been injured on the job in Georgia , you most likely need an attorney who practices primarily in the feld of workers' compensation law. You need an attorney who can help ensure that your ...

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  • Workers comp stopped sending checks.
    Workers comp stopped sending checks.

    There are a number of reasons the workers' compensation carrier may stop sending weekly income benefits checks. The work comp carrier is allowed to suspend benefits if you are released to normal duty ...

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  • Are past medical bills included in workers' comp settlement?
    Are past medical bills included in workers' comp settlement?

    In Georgia workers' compensation claims, insurance companies pay for medical treatment with authorized providers. If you have settled an accepted workers' compensation claim, chances are that the ...

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  • Unemployment and workers' compensation benefits.
    Unemployment and workers' compensation benefits.

    Many injured workers are entitled to both workers' compensation and unemployment benefits . In Georgia , the workers' compensation carrier is entitled to a dollar for dollar offset against any ...

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