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Are Back Injuries Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

September 15, 2017 by Hasner Law

Back injuries are some of the most common injuries sustained by employees across all industries. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor estimates that musculoskeletal disorders resulting from overexertion account for as many as 31 percent of all reported work-related…

Compensation for Amputation Due to Work-Related Injuries

September 7, 2017 by Hasner Law

Every year, thousands of workers sustain serious injuries on the job. While some of these injuries involve muscle strains and broken bones, others are much more severe and tragically result in amputation. Corrective surgery sometimes can be used to reattach…

Collecting Compensation for Injuries Sustained in a Car Accident

August 31, 2017 by Hasner Law

According to the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, as many as 1,130 people lost their lives in car accidents across the state in 2016, while a further 112,526 sustained injuries. Car crash-related injuries can leave victims permanently disabled, unable…

Neck Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

August 31, 2017 by Hasner Law

Problems with the back and neck are some of the most common injuries suffered by employees. While some cases involve minor strains or pulls, others are more serious and can have permanent and debilitating effects. For instance, neck pain can…

Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Leg Injuries?

August 24, 2017 by Hasner Law

Employees in a variety of different industries are at risk of sustaining leg injuries, which can range in severity from minor sprains and torn ligaments to ruptured tendons and broken bones. Fortunately, all of these types of injuries are compensable…

Recovering Damages for Injuries Sustained in a Bicycle Accident

August 10, 2017 by Hasner Law

Now that summer is upon us, more and more Atlanta residents have begun bringing out their bicycles to enjoy the sunshine. While biking can be a healthy hobby and an affordable means of transportation, it also comes with a certain…

Collecting Compensation for Neck Injuries Sustained at Work

July 28, 2017 by Hasner Law

Neck injuries are some of the most common injuries faced by employees, regardless of where they work. While some neck injuries are easily treatable, others can have permanent and debilitating effects that make it difficult if not impossible to sustain…

Collecting Compensation for Broken Glass Injuries

June 30, 2017 by Hasner Law

Car accidents are usually associated with a few specific injuries, including broken bones, concussions, and whiplash. While these kinds of injuries do pose a risk to car accident victims and can be painful and difficult to treat, some of the…

Collecting Compensation for Head Injuries Sustained in Workplace Accidents

June 26, 2017 by Hasner Law

Serious head injuries occur in many industries and can be caused by everything from a fall or car accident to being struck by a falling object. These types of accidents could occur in essentially any workplace, which makes them especially…

The Dangers of Rollovers

June 20, 2017 by Hasner Law

In the last ten years, the number of rollover accidents has steadily increased across both Georgia and the rest of the country. This phenomenon has at least partially been linked to the increased use of SUVs and passenger vans, which…

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