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  • Workers' comp pain and suffering.
    Workers' comp pain and suffering.

    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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  • 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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  • Personal injury and workers' compensation claim.
    Personal injury and workers' compensation claim.

    If you are i njured at work in Georgia by the negligence of a third-party (not your employer or coworker) you may have a personal injury claim against the third-party who caused your injury. For ...

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  • What is a WC-104 in a workers' comp claim?
    What is a WC-104 in a workers' comp claim?

    In G eorgia, a workers' comp carrier can file a form WC-104 in order to reduce the amount of weekly workers' compensation benefits that an injured worker receives. This form may be filed after an ...

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  • How long to I have to report a work injury?
    How long to I have to report a work injury?

    In Georgia, the law technically allows for reporting of a job injury within 30 days of the incident. However, the longer the time period between the injury and the report of the injury, the more ...

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