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State Employees are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits

It is not surprising that the largest employer of Georgia workers is the State of Georgia itself.  The State of Georgia has dozens of agencies from the State Accounting Office…

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Attorneys Contribute Time In Educating Latino Community About Workers’ Compensation Rights

In conjunction with the Georgia State Bar and the YLD’s Minorities In the Profession Committee, the Ramos & Law organized and presented “Law Day” to the Latin American Association in Atlanta,…

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Make-A-Wish Foundation Recognizes Ramos & Law

Since it’s Friday we thought we’d keep it light today.  At Ramos & Law we like to promote community involvement and get involved ourselves.  Earlier this year several attorneys, staff…

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How Will I Receive Medical Treatment if My Workers’ Comp Claim is Controverted?

When the Employer/Insurer “controverts” or determines a workers’ compensation claim is not compensable, the Employer/Insurer will not pay for the injured Employee’s medical treatment. Consequently, the injured Employee will be responsible…

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What Role Does Medical History Play in Workers’ Compensation Claims?

Most individuals enjoy a certain level of privacy regarding their medical history.  Most employees are weary about sharing intimate details about their medical history with the employer/insurer; however, pursuant to…

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What is the value of my workers’ compensation case?

A common question that the Atlanta attorneys of Ramos & Law are asked is “how much is my case worth?”  While there is no amount of money that could fully…

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What Happens at a Workers’ Compensation Hearing?

Workers’ Compensation Hearings In a Georgia workers’ compensation case, neither party is not entitled to a jury trial. Instead, the injured worker or the employer is entitled to an “evidentiary…

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When is the Right Time to Settle My Workers’ Comp Case?

In our Georgia workers’ compensation practice, injured workers often ask, “when is the right time to settle my workers’ compensation claim?”  When considering that the fact that in an accepted…

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How long do I have to…file my claim, notify my supervisor, etc.

  If you are injured at work in Georgia there are several deadlines you should be aware of in order to preserve any potential workers’ compensation claim you may have. …

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Referrals From The Authorized Treating Physician

With any injury or illness, it is common for a primary treating physician to find it necessary to refer the patient to another doctor for specialized care.  Obviously, in a…

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    Have you or someone you love been hurt at work? There are certain deadlines in the Georgia Workers’ Comp system. Fill out the contact form below for a free consultation to examine your rights, or call us at (770) 637-0105, even if you’ve been denied benefits.

      * We value your privacy, all information is kept  strictly confidential.