Top Six Mistakes Made After a Job Injury

Forty-nine states require employers to buy workers’ compensation insurance, including Georgia. Workers’ comp insurance provides medical, income, job training, disability, and death benefits to workers who are injured on the job. But these benefits do […]

I Slipped and Fell at Work, What Should I Do?

According to OSHA, falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry. Falls are also a leading cause of death and injury in other industries. That means fall prevention should be a top […]

Penalties for Failing to Provide Workers’ Compensation in Georgia

Under Georgia law, any company that retains at least three employees is required to provide workers’ compensation insurance coverage. If the company does not provide workers’ compensation benefits, they can be held accountable by the […]

Should You Hire a Georgia Workers Comp Lawyer?

Workers’ compensation pays for medical care after a work-related injury. It also provides income for injured workers. Workers’ compensation covers most employees in Georgia.  While the workers’ compensation system should be straightforward, workers might find […]

Working From Home Employer Obligations

Roughly 80 percent of employees would prefer to work from home at least part-time. Over one-half of employees have a job that they can perform remotely.  On average, about one-third of employees would be willing […]

Can I Get Workers’ Compensation in Georgia If I Got Coronavirus at Work?

Since the beginning of 2020, more than 2.9 million Americans have tested positive for COVID-19. Many of those people contracted the virus on the job. If you are one of them, you may be wondering […]

Can You Get Workers’ Compensation for Pain and Suffering in Georgia?

If you experience injuries because of someone else’s negligence, you can normally seek compensation for pain and suffering through a personal injury claim. The rules change if your injuries happen while on the job. Even […]

Can I Get Workers’ Compensation in Georgia If I Work From Home?

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 […]

Drug Testing for Worker’s Compensation Benefits in Georgia

Drug and alcohol use can lead to serious problems in the workplace. According to reports, 38 to 50% of all workers’ compensation claims are drug and alcohol-related. For this reason, the state of Georgia has […]

Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation for Mental Stress or Anxiety in Georgia?

Although less visible to others, mental distress can be just as disruptive to your life as physical trauma. Sometimes stress and anxiety are related to a physical injury. Sometimes they manifest in response to other […]