March 2016

Refusing to Work
It would be great if when you were injured, you never had to go back to work while you recovered.  Unfortunately, this is never the goal of the insurance company. [...]
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How Much is My Workers Comp Case Worth?
I get asked this question all the time.  Many times it is at the point of consultation.  After many years of meeting with thousands of clients, I have realized one [...]
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Beware of the Brake Checking Drivers
We have all been there before. You are driving in the fast lane and suddenly come upon a slow car. IN THE FAST LANE! Yes, I know this can be [...]
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What Is the Difference in Social Security Disability and SSI?
There are large differences in Social Security Disability and SSI.   Many times, people do not realize that they have actually applied for both of these benefits when they filed their [...]
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Getting Injured without Pain and Suffering
Having a work related injury can be a devastating blow to both the injured person and the family.  This is especially true when the injured worker is the sole bread [...]
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Avoiding Personal Injuries
Millions of drivers hit the streets every day on their way to work.   No one leaves their home and decides to cause an accident.  Unfortunately, Georgia Highway Safety reports [...]
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Temporary Total Disability Not So Total
If you are injured while working for an employer in the state of Georgia, you may be entitled to receive income benefits from the company’s insurance provider.  The benefit begins [...]
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Why you need an attorney for a worker’s compensation claim
Do I need an attorney for my Georgia workers compensation case?  This is a question I get frequently.  Unlike other types of cases such as filing for a divorce or a small [...]
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