Getting the Most from Your Workers’ Compensation Case

Getting the Most from Your Workers’ Compensation Case

In workers’ compensation cases, the interest of the injured worker is pitted against those of the employer or insurance company. It is in the injured worker’s interest to get proper medical treatment and workers’ compensation benefits. On the other...
How to Settle a Workers’ Comp Case in Georgia?

How to Settle a Workers’ Comp Case in Georgia?

  Settling Comp Claims for Injured Workers The workers’ compensation law in Georgia encourages settlement whenever possible. Cases can even be settled before workers physically recover from their injuries. But in most cases, injured workers settle only after...
A Workers’ Comp Success Story

A Workers’ Comp Success Story

Felicia S. is no stranger to hard work. As a retail manager working with high-end customers, she has learned to transition from up-selling at the make-up counter to packing piles of fragrance boxes at the blink of an eyelash. But after Felicia took a bad fall at work...
A Workers’ Comp Success Story

Pain and Suffering Compensable in Workers’ Comp?

Getting injured on the job has long-term ramifications for many workers. In addition to loss of income, workers feel entitled to compensation for “pain and suffering” to make up for the emotional and physical toll and injury can take on them. So- is pain...
A Workers’ Comp Success Story

The Settlement They Offered Me Was Too Low

We often get calls from potential clients stating that they have been offered a settlement and they feel it was too low. There are a number of reasons the caller may feel this way. The most obvious reason is that it is too low. The insurance company wants to settle...
A Workers’ Comp Success Story

Can I Fight a Denied Workers Compensation Claim?

Clients often come to us after their claim has been “controverted” or denied asking how that can be changed or “Can I fight a denied workers’ compensation claim?” The good news is, this can be fought. On the downside, it may take a little...