If you’re facing a workers’ compensation, car accident, or wrongful death claim in Georgia, you need information to help you know what to do. Read through our blog posts for useful information to support your claim and give you peace of mind during this difficult time.
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Will South Carolina Opt Out of Workers’ Compensation? South Carolina is considering joining the small group of states that have opted out of the workers’ compensation system. Learn how this may affect you here.
Employment Trends Buck Workers’ Compensation Tradition As we become increasingly connected via technology, a new wave of employment trends challenges older institutions like workers’ compensation.
Heavier Isn’t Better When it Comes to Trucks Should tractor trailers be allowed to increase their weight to be more efficient? Attorney Chris Hudson shares why we should think twice.
Employer/Employee Disputes Over Returning to Work You’ve been cleared to return to work after your on-the-job injury, but you don’t think you’re ready—what happens now?
Documenting Your Accident Like a Police Officer Attorney Chris Hudson explains why you may want to create an accident report of your own in addition to the official police report.
Driver Inexperience Leads to Truck Accidents in Georgia What would it take to reduce the number of trucking accidents happening on our highways? We look at the role that truck driver experience plays in safety.
The Challenge of Returning to Work After a Workplace Injury Your employer may seem like your worst enemy when it comes to your workers’ compensation case, but it may be a matter of semantics causing your discord.
Eye Injuries Make for Tough Car Accident Cases Your eyes are very vulnerable to injury, and in a car accident, those odds only increase. Learn why insurance companies give eye injuries a tough time here.
What Protects You in an Underride Truck Accident? Underride guards on the back of tractor trailers are supposed to protect you in the event of an accident—but do they work? Learn about effective designs here.
A Closer Look At Repetitive Strain Injuries If your job requires repetitive movement, your aching joints may be the result of your work—and they may make you eligible to file for workers’ comp benefits.
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