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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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  • Maximum weekly work comp benefits in Georgia.
    Maximum weekly work comp benefits in Georgia.

    For accidents after July 1, 2019, the maximum workers' compensation weekly benefit is $675. Generally, if you are injured on the job in Georgia and you miss time from work, you could be entitled to ...

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  • WC-104 Workers' Compensation Form.
    WC-104 Workers' Compensation Form.

    In Georgia, a workers' compensation carrier is allowed to reduce the amount an injured worker receives in income benefits one year after that person is released to light duty work by the authorized ...

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  • Workers' comp or group insurance.
    Workers' comp or group insurance.

    If you are injured on the job, you should report the injury immediately to a supervisor. If you require medical attention as a result of a job injury , you should also requet medical attention from ...

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  • Aggravation of pre-existing condition on the job.
    Aggravation of pre-existing condition on the job.

    Under Georgia workers' compensation law , a workers' compensation carrier is required to provide treatment for an aggravation of a pre-existing condition. However, they are only required to provide ...

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