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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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  • 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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  • Pre-existing conditions and work comp injury.
    Pre-existing conditions and work comp injury.

    In Georgia , if you aggravate a pre-existing condition on the job, you should be covered under workers' comp . For example, if you had back surgery 10 years ago and re-injure your back in a car ...

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  • Coronavirus and workers' compensation claim.
    Coronavirus and workers' compensation claim.

    There will undoubtably be many individuals over the coming months who contract the coronavirus while at work. There will also likely be specific workers' compensation laws and regulations enacted in ...

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  • What is a WC-3 Controvert in a workers' compensation claim.
    What is a WC-3 Controvert in a workers' compensation claim.

    A WC-3 Georgia Workers' Compensation State Board Form is a formal denial of a workers' comp claim. A WC-3 can be filed to deny a claim in part or to deny a certain aspect of the claim. For instance, ...

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