5 Tips to Stay Safe in the Workplace [infographic]

In spite of training about safety, some workplace injuries are inevitable due to the nature of the work itself. However, as you can see in this infographic, you can minimize the casualty or the inflicted injury if you know the risks and hazards around your workplace....

Does Workers’ Comp Cover Employees and Contractors? [infographic]

Will you be covered by worker’s compensation law? This is the first thing that must be established to ensure that the tragedy you have been into can be compensated and you won’t be spending more for a no hope case. This infographic will reveal some methods and...

Cash Benefits for On-the-Job Injuries in Georgia

If you have sustained an occupational injury, you may be wondering if you are eligible for benefits and, if so, which ones.  Here are some frequently asked questions about cash awards for workers’ compensation cases. Q: If I am out of work for an injury that occurred...

Common Issues About the Workers’ Compensation Process

If you are injured on the job, you must report your injury to your employer. This should be reported immediately when possible, but certainly within thirty (30) days. You then will also need to file your workers’ compensation claim with the Board within the statutory...

The Benefits of Hiring an Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Attorney

If you’ve been injured on the job, you can attempt to get the benefits that you are entitled to on your own, but there are risks in filing workers’ compensation claims alone. Here are some of the challenges that an injured employee could run into (based on...

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’...