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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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  • Personal injury and workers' compensation claim.
    Personal injury and workers' compensation claim.

    If you are i njured at work in Georgia by the negligence of a third-party (not your employer or coworker) you may have a personal injury claim against the third-party who caused your injury. For ...

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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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  • Workers' comp back surgery.
    Workers' comp back surgery.

    Back injuries from lifting are quite common in the workplace. Back injuries can also lead to the need for surgery. Back surgeries are expensive and workers' comp insurance companies frequently deny ...

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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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  • 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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