Deposition Mistakes in Workers’ Compensation Cases

State law requires most Georgia employers to offer workers’ compensation insurance to their employees. The Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation administers the workers’ compensation program, and it will cover medical expenses and part of […]

Questions To Ask a Workers’ Comp Attorney Before Hiring Them

Workers’ compensation applies to work-related injuries. Although many claimants represent themselves, you can and should hire a lawyer for a major claim. The more money that is at stake, the more likely you are to […]

Who Is at Fault in a T-Bone Car Accident in Georgia?    

T-bone accidents get their name for the position where one car collides with another – the front of one intersects with the other’s broadside, forming a T-shape.  T-bones are often catastrophic, resulting in serious injury. […]

Georgia Highway Patrol Reports: What You Need To Know

A Georgia Uniform Vehicle Accident Report must be filed if a vehicle is involved in any type of accident and there is property damage, injuries, or deaths. This obligation extends to car accidents, motorcycle accidents, […]

Choosing a Doctor in Workers’ Compensation Cases in Savannah, GA

The Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation provides essential benefits to employees. If you are injured on the job, you don’t need to worry about how you will prove your employer was at fault because […]

Mileage Reimbursement Rate in Georgia for Workers’ Compensation

In Georgia, anyone who becomes injured on the job is eligible for mileage reimbursement per Georgia’s workers’ compensation laws.  Mileage reimbursement helps individuals pay for care-related transportation, and employers are responsible for meeting these legal […]

What Qualifies as Permanent Partial Disability for Workers’ Comp in Georgia?

When Georgians are injured at work, they are generally able to receive workers’ compensation benefits. The type of benefits you can obtain depends on the nature and extent of your injuries.  Workers’ compensation benefits are […]

FAQS: Car Accident Reports in Georgia

Once a car wreck happens in Georgia, it often falls on local law enforcement to investigate the cause of the crash. An officer will arrive on the scene, speak with witnesses, and record the presence, […]

Types of Commercial Driver’s Licenses

To operate a commercial motor vehicle in Georgia, you must have a commercial driver’s license (CDL). The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) sets the standards and rules for obtaining a commercial driver’s license.  Obtaining […]

Workers’ Comp Benefits After Termination in Georgia

You could be fired in Georgia before or after you begin receiving workers’ compensation benefits. Because Georgia is an at-will employment state, employers can fire workers without reason or notice. Other than in cases that […]