Georgia Workers Injured In the Warehouse

Georgia Workers Injured In the Warehouse

Metropolitan Atlanta is the fifth-largest market in the U.S. for warehouse space. With about 800 million square feet of space, Georgia is a go-to state for corporations looking for affordable warehousing, and also one that logs thousands of workplace accidents. Nearly...
What Does a PPD Rating Mean To My Case?

What Does a PPD Rating Mean To My Case?

Injured workers may question what a permanent partial disability rating (PPD) means to their workers’ compensation case. Essentially, the PPD rating is a final medical assessment of a worker’s injury as it relates to his ability to function. At some point...
Georgia Workers Injured In the Warehouse

Is it OK to Attend a Court Hearing Without a Lawyer?

Since workers’ compensation cases do not go to a jury trial, some people may have the false impression that workers’ comp court hearings are simple matters to navigate without legal representation. However, we do not advise you to attend a court hearing...
Georgia Workers Injured In the Warehouse

Safety for an Aging Workforce

Most of us hope for a relaxing retirement after decades of hard work. But the reality is, more people are working longer to make up for failed investments or simply to provide extra time to plan for their next phase in life. So what does an aging workforce mean to...
Georgia Workers Injured In the Warehouse

Supporting Youth in Foster Care

Youth are the future of our workplaces and our communities. Whether we are a parent or concerned citizen, we should all recognize the importance fostering leadership qualities in our young people.  This in part is why The Ramos Law Firm is a proud sponsor of Camp...