New Year’s resolutions can propel us to greater heights in the coming year. The New Year presents a special opportunity to consider the blessings and challenges of the past year and move forward with resolve to be a little bit better in the coming year.
The process of setting New Year’s resolutions dates back many years and is religious in its origins. The Babylonians made special vows to their gods at the beginning of the year. The Romans, too, made promises to the deity Janus. The month of January is named after the god Janus.
Today, the tradition continues. We may not accomplish all of our resolutions, but at least they nudge us forward. And studies show that goals are more likely to be achieved when they are written down, as we often do with New Year’s resolutions. The most popular New Year’s resolutions include staying fit, enjoying life, spending less money, and devoting more time to relationships.
If you have sustained a workplace injury, you know that being hurt can hamper many New Year’s resolutions. Navigating the workers’ compensation system can be thorny. If the process does not go smoothly, you could end up waiting too long for medical treatment to be approved, even as you suffer. You may also have trouble getting adequate compensation or receiving checks on time.
If you are mired in a challenging workers’ compensation case that is not getting you the results that you need, make 2018 the year to get help. Workers’ compensation laws are always in flux, so consider hiring a lawyer to guide you through the process of seeking adequate assistance.
At Ramos & Law, we have devoted our careers to helping people whose lives have been affected by workplace injuries. As such, we are well-versed in the intricacies of the law and the steps needed to get you the compensation that you deserve.
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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.
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