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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Functional Capacities Evaluation (FCE) and a workers' compensation claim.
    Functional Capacities Evaluation (FCE) and a workers' compensation claim.

    A Functional Capacities Evaluation (FCE) is a test designed to measure an injured worker's physical capabilities. An FCE examiner will guide the injured worker through a series of physical tasks over ...

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  • WC-104 Workers' Compensation Form.
    WC-104 Workers' Compensation Form.

    In Georgia, a workers' compensation carrier is allowed to reduce the amount an injured worker receives in income benefits one year after that person is released to light duty work by the authorized ...

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  • What is my workers' comp claim worth?
    What is my workers' comp claim worth?

    The value of every workers' compensation claim is different. When considering the value of a work injury claim, one must look at whether the claim is accepted as compensable, the weekly workers' comp ...

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