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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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  • Workers comp jury verdict.
    Workers comp jury verdict.

    Unfortunately, there is no right to a trial by jury in a Georgia workers' compensation claim. In Georgia, disputed workers' compensation claims are decided by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at an ...

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  • Unemployment and workers' compensation benefits.
    Unemployment and workers' compensation benefits.

    If you have a Georgia workers' compensation claim and you are terminated, you can also file a claim for unemployment benefits. There are many reasons you may want to do so. For instance, the workers' ...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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