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Handling Your Medical Appointment

Handling Your Medical Appointment

In our firm, we believe our health is the most important thing in your case. When you are hurt on the job, the employer is required to furnish remedial medical treatment to you. Often times, the employer may have a say in which doctor you get to treat to see. Before...

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Is COVID-19 Covered by Workers’ Comp?

Is COVID-19 Covered by Workers’ Comp?

Unfortunately, it is very difficult for Georgia’s working class to obtain workers’ compensation benefits if employees contract the COVID-19 virus. While the Act includes statutory coverage for “occupational diseases,” employees bear the burden of satisfying a...

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What does it mean to cross-examine as an attorney?

The adverse attorney may “cross-examine” a witness by interrogating him or her in open court. The adverse attorney aims to highlight the deficiencies in the witness’ testimony, expose inconsistencies, or elicit facts that are favorable to the other party. Commonly in...

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What is a Bench Trial?

The judiciary is often referred to as the “bench.” A bench trial is a trial where there is no jury and the judge serves two roles: (1) the person vested with the power to protect the procedural safeguards of the trial as to the rules of evidence and conduct of the...

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