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  • Work-related shoulder injuries.
    Work-related shoulder injuries.

    Shoulder injuries often occur on the job from a fall or from lifting. Severe shoulder injuries can require surgery. Of course, workers' compensation carries frequently deny or delay shoulder surgeries ...

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  • Terminated following a work injury.
    Terminated following a work injury.

    Sadly, employees are often fired following a serious work injury. If this occurs, the workers' comp carrier may be required to pay workers' comp income benefits to the terminated employee. If they ...

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  • CRPS and workers' compensation claim.
    CRPS and workers' compensation claim.

    Chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a complex diagnosis and can be caused by a workplace injury. In Georgia, if you have been diagnosed with CRPS as a result of a workplace injury, the workers' ...

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  • Should I file a workers' compensation claim?
    Should I file a workers' compensation claim?

    Injured workers are often concerned that filing a workers' compensation claim will have an adverse impact on their employment. In short, injured workers are concerned that they will be fired after ...

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  • Workers' compensation death benefits.
    Workers' compensation death benefits.

    Spouses and other dependants may receive workers' compensation death benefits following a fatal on the job accident. Under Georgia law , minor dependants could receive income benefits until they are ...

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  • Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and workers' compensation claims.
    Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and workers' compensation claims.

    Georgia law provides that a workers' comp insurance carrier is required to provide treatment for any medical conditions related to a job injury. If an injured worker is diagnosed with Chronic Regional ...

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