Can I Get Workers’ Compensation If I Work From Home?
Workers' Compensation Attorney | January 23, 2020
These days, more and more people are starting to work from home. This marks a major shift away from traditional office and factory jobs and is changing the way business is being done. If you […]
Can I Get a Lump Sum Workers’ Comp Settlement?
Workers' Compensation Attorney | October 9, 2019
Getting hurt on the job can be an unexpected and life-altering hardship. If you’re like most people, not being able to work is like having the rug pulled out from under you. It may feel […]
What is the Difference Between TTD and TPD?
Workers' Compensation Attorney | September 20, 2019
An injury on the job can turn your life upside down. The medical bills may be piling up and you could be out of work for an extended period of time. This can lead to […]
By Law, Do You Need an Attorney to File a Workers’ Comp Claim in Savannah?
Workers' Compensation Attorney | October 26, 2018
If injured at work, do you need an attorney to file a Worker’s Compensation claim in Savannah? According to the State Board of Worker’s Compensation, while anyone has the legal right to represent himself, your […]
Are You the Victim of Construction Employer Negligence?
In recent years, Savannah has experienced a boom in construction throughout the city. In 2016, the city issued building permits for projects that totaled $574 million, a 40 percent increase from the previous year. This […]
Are Summer Seasonal Employees Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?
Many people take on seasonal jobs for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they are only in the Savannah area for a few months and want a temporary position, such as students home from college. Maybe […]
The Risks of Injuries for Hospital Workers
Workers' Compensation Attorney | May 25, 2018
Most people would consider hospitals relatively safe places—after all, people go to hospitals to try to recover their health. However, hospitals can actually be quite dangerous places to work. According to the Occupational Safety and […]
Injury Risks for Retail Workers
Workers' Compensation Attorney | April 3, 2018
When you think of jobs with injury risks, you may think of construction, manufacturing, and similar industries involving heavy machinery and tools. However, almost any type of job comes with certain injury risks – and […]
Do Not Commit Workers’ Compensation Fraud
Workers' Compensation Attorney | March 6, 2018
If you were injured on the job, you may face a difficult recovery period. Workers’ compensation should help you get through this time and address your financial losses. Collecting on workers’ compensation, however, is not […]
Getting Workers’ Compensation After Losing a Limb at Work Can Be Complicated
Workers' Compensation Attorney | January 16, 2018
Every year, accidental amputations rank among the nation’s most potentially devastating workplace injuries. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration calls workplace amputations “widespread,” finding that amputations occur most frequently among employees who work at printing presses, conveyors, […]