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  • Top 4 Benefits to Having a Workers’ Compensation Attorney
    Top 4 Benefits to Having a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

    If you’ve been injured on the job and your ability to earn an income has been impeded as a result of the injury you most likely have many concerns--how to heal from your injury, support your family ...

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  • Attorney Brian H. Sumrall Selected to Super Lawyers® of 2021 List
    Attorney Brian H. Sumrall Selected to Super Lawyers® of 2021 List

    Our firm is proud to announce that Attorney Brian H. Sumrall has been selected to Super Lawyers’® 2021 list as one of Atlanta’s top workers’ compensation attorneys. This is the eleventh consecutive ...

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  • Understanding Workers' Compensation Pain & Suffering Claims
    Understanding Workers' Compensation Pain & Suffering Claims

    If you sustain a serious injury at work there is no doubt that you will experience a significant amount of pain and suffering. Sadly, in Georgia, there is no actual compensation for pain and suffering ...

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  • Mileage & How It Relates to a Workers' Compensation Claims
    Mileage & How It Relates to a Workers' Compensation Claims

    Georgia workers' comp carriers are required to pay for all mileage with authorized providers for r easonable and medically necessary medical treatment. Mileage must be submitted within one year of the ...

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  • Covid 19 and workers' compensation claims.
    Covid 19 and workers' compensation claims.

    In Georgia, it remains to be seen whether workers who contract Covid-19 on the job will be entitled workers' compensation benefits. Hopefully, the Georgia legislature will specifically address whether ...

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  • What is a permanent partial disability (PPD) rating?
    What is a permanent partial disability (PPD) rating?

    A PPD rating is a payment owed by a workers' comp carrier for loss of use of an injured body part. For instance, if your neck was 100% prior to a work injury, and you lost 20% use of your neck, your ...

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