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  • What If Your Workers’ Compensation Claim is Denied?
    What If Your Workers’ Compensation Claim is Denied?

    Workers’ compensation is an area of the law with many aspects. Questions such as what the nature of the injury is, how it was sustained, and the intent of both the employee and the employer all factor ...

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  • Top 4 Benefits to Having a Workers’ Compensation Attorney
    Top 4 Benefits to Having a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

    If you’ve been injured on the job and your ability to earn an income has been impeded as a result of the injury you most likely have many concerns--how to heal from your injury, support your family ...

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  • Attorney Brian H. Sumrall Selected to Super Lawyers® of 2021 List
    Attorney Brian H. Sumrall Selected to Super Lawyers® of 2021 List

    Our firm is proud to announce that Attorney Brian H. Sumrall has been selected to Super Lawyers’® 2021 list as one of Atlanta’s top workers’ compensation attorneys. This is the eleventh consecutive ...

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  • What Are the Most Common Types of Personal Injury Damages?
    What Are the Most Common Types of Personal Injury Damages?

    If you have suffered an injury in a personal injury such as an accident or a slip and fall, you may be entitled to compensation. Money paid to victims of a personal injury as compensation for injuries ...

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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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  • 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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