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Posted August 5, 2020

What To Do If The Police Will Not Come To The Scene Of The Crash

The Atlanta Police have recently indicated that they may stop responding to the scene of car wrecks if nobody claims to be hurt because of Covid-19 concerns.  (Story here  This is a terrible policy!  Without a police investigation done at the scene of a crash, and a crash report containing the drivers’ statements as to what happened,...
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Posted June 12, 2020

Pain and Suffering Payment

How Much Can You Expect For Pain and Suffering?   New clients often ask what their case is going to be worth when they recover from their injuries.  Early on, there is really no way to give an honest answer to that question until many important facts are known.  The same is true when a new...
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Georgia Car Accident Lawyers
Posted June 3, 2020

Should You Give An Insurance Adjuster A Recorded Statement?

If you have been injured in an accident, you may wonder if you should give an insurance adjuster a recorded statement.  The answer is MAYBE, but a lot depends on who is asking for the statement and if you have an attorney with you, or at least will an attorney on the phone with...
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Catastrophic Injury - Work Injury Lawyer
Posted August 23, 2018

Catastrophic Job Injuries Under Georgia Law

Sustaining Catastrophic Injuries On The Job In some tragic instances, a worker may sustain injuries so severe that he or she may never be able to work again.  Typically, injured workers are only entitled to receive 400 weeks of income benefits.  However, in the event that an Injured Worker is determined to have sustained...
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Posted July 17, 2018

Injured On The Job? Here’s What You Need To Do

If you have been involved in a workplace accident, it is important to take the following steps in order to ensure that your rights are adequately represented. NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYER Under Georgia law, an Injured Worker has 30 days in which to notify his or her employer of a workplace accident.  Notice can be...
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Posted July 16, 2018

Can I Sue My Employer?

Georgia Workers Rights – Employment Lawsuit If you have been involved in a workplace accident, you may wonder whether you have the right to sue your employer.  You were hurt at work, so it would stand to reason that you should be allowed to sue your employer, right?  Unfortunately, in most instances, the answer...
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Georgia Workplace Violence Injury
Posted January 4, 2018

Workers’ Compensation and Workplace Violence

Unfortunately, there are often instances in which employees are the victims of violence in the workplace.  If you have been the victim of workplace violence, depending upon the specific circumstances of your case, you may be entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Generally speaking, if the violence takes place in the course and scope...
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