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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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  • Pre-existing back injury and workers' comp.
    Pre-existing back injury and workers' comp.

    Many workers' compensation carriers attempt to deny work injuries alleging a pre-existing condition. However, in Georgia, an aggravation of a pre-existing condition should be covered by the workers' ...

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  • What is my workers' comp claim worth?
    What is my workers' comp claim worth?

    The value of every workers' compensation claim is different. When considering the value of a work injury claim, one must look at whether the claim is accepted as compensable, the weekly workers' comp ...

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  • Nurse injured on the job while lifting patients.
    Nurse injured on the job while lifting patients.

    Nurses have difficult and physically strenuous jobs. Nurses often suffer serious injuries to their backs, shoulders and/or necks while moving or manipulating patients. Further, nurses often travel to ...

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  • Surgery denied by workers' comp.
    Surgery denied by workers' comp.

    Sadly, may injured workers' in Georgia are denied surgery by a workers' compensation carrier even though their claim is accepted. Workers' compensation carriers often do not want to pay for a ...

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  • Choosing a doctor for your workers' comp claim.
    Choosing a doctor for your workers' comp claim.

    Georgia employers who are subject to the Workers' Compensation Act are required to maintain a list of work comp doctors called a panel of physicians. The panel is required to list six doctors in order ...

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