How to File for Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Georgia

How to File for Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Georgia

You go to work so that you can pay your bills, but occasionally, things happen in the workplace that limit your ability to make a living. If you have been injured on the job in the State of Georgia, you may be wondering what to do next.  Fortunately, workers’...
How do I Pick the Right Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

How do I Pick the Right Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

The workers’ compensation system can be a messy labyrinth of ever-changing regulations and policies.  Without the help of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney, it can be easy to get lost in the maze and fail to recover timely and adequate compensation...
Is Workers’ Compensation Taxable?

Is Workers’ Compensation Taxable?

They say the only two sure things in life are death and taxes, and the latter are coming due on April 17 of this year.  Tax day normally falls on April 15-unless the date happens to coincide with a weekend or holiday.  This year, April 15 is a Sunday and April 16...
Injured on the Job?  Follow These Steps for a Positive Outcome

Injured on the Job? Follow These Steps for a Positive Outcome

If you are injured on the job, you may be tempted to keep working because you don’t want to rock the boat.  This could jeopardize your workers’ compensation claim down the line, however.  Workers’ compensation regulations can be very tricky to navigate, and the...