Workers' compensation salary.

In Georgia, injured workers are generally paid temporary total disability (TTD) benefits when they are unable to work. This amount should equal two thirds of the injured worker's average weekly wage. These checks are not always paid by the insurance company. In some instances, a work comp carrier will deny an injured worker's right to receive weekly income benefits. If your work comp salary is delayed or denied, contact an experienced workers' compensation lawyer. You can reach Atlanta attorney Brian Sumrall at (404) 857-3835, or visit

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