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  • Catastrophic work injury.
    Catastrophic work injury.

    Under Georgia workers' comp law, an individual who is deemed to have suffered a catastrophic work injury is eligible to receive income benefits for the remainder of his life. Injured workers with ...

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  • Negligence and workers' comp claim.
    Negligence and workers' comp claim.

    If you are injured at work, your Employer's workers' comp carrier is required to pay for your income benefits and medical treatment even if the injury was caused by your own negligence. If a third ...

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  • Best outcome for workers' comp claim in Atlanta, GA?
    Best outcome for workers' comp claim in Atlanta, GA?

    The best possible outcome for all injured workers would involve a 100% recovery from a job injury and full return to work. However, that is not always possible. Many Georgia workers sustain life ...

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  • Spinal cord stimulator paid for by workers' comp.
    Spinal cord stimulator paid for by workers' comp.

    If you have a severe workers' compensation injury your doctor may recommend a spinal cord stimulator. Spinal stimulators are very expensive and require a great deal of maintenance over the course of ...

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  • Reasonable and necessary treatment under the Georgia Workers' Comp Act.
    Reasonable and necessary treatment under the Georgia Workers' Comp Act.

    The Georgia Workers' Compensation Act requires an Employer/Insurer to pay for all reasonable and medically necessary medical treatment related to a job injury. Insurance carriers sometimes deny ...

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