Will Georgia Employers Opt-Out of Workers’ Compensation responsibility?

Beware the Slow Erosion of Workers’ Comp

Remember the old frog in boiling water analogy? It’s meant to underline the danger of slow erosion. If a frog jumps in a pot of boiling water, it notices the heat immediately, and jumps out. However if a frog jumps into a pot of lukewarm water that heats up to...
Will Georgia Employers Opt-Out of Workers’ Compensation responsibility?

Judge Vicki Lynn Snow retires from SBWC

The Ramos Law Firm congratulates Administrative Law Judge, Vicki Lynn Snow, on her retirement from the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation.   Prior to her tenure on the State Board’s Trial Division, Judge Snow served for many years on the...
Are Subcontractors Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?

Are Subcontractors Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?

  Subcontracting is a common business practice that can help general contractors and businesses get jobs done more efficiently. But what happens when a subcontracted worker is injured on the job? Are subcontractors eligible for workers’ compensation...
Will Georgia Employers Opt-Out of Workers’ Compensation responsibility?

When an Injured Worker’s Condition Changes for the Worse

It’s important for an injured worker to take an appropriate amount of time off work after being injured on-the-job. After enough time on temporary total disability, most workers are ready to get back to work. But what happens if that person’s condition...