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Causes of Falls on Construction Sites Published in Workers Compensation on March 22, 2021.

Falls shouldn’t be accepted as a normal risk of employment in the construction industry. Those who suffer this fate and their families deserve compensation for their losses. Talk to an attorney about who might be liable for your or your loved one’s fall today. Falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry. Construction workers are by far… READ MORE

What to Do After a Workplace Injury Published in Workers Compensation on February 22, 2021.

Work injuries can be particularly painful and frustrating. Worries can abound. Who will pay for your medical bills and lost wages? Will you be able to return to your job? Ensuring you take the right steps to receive workers’ comp benefits can help allay some of these concerns. Employees who suffer an on-the-job injury might be entitled to receive workers’… READ MORE

Did Your Work Safety Equipment Malfunction? Published in Workers Compensation on January 11, 2021.

Every American deserves a safe workplace, including property functioning safety equipment. If you didn’t receive what you deserved and suffered an injury, you have legal rights and options. The sooner you discuss them with an attorney, the better outcome your case will have.  If your workplace is sometimes reminiscent of the fictional “Island of Misfit Toys” with broken or outdated… READ MORE

Injuries from Toxic Exposure at Work Published in Workers Compensation on October 22, 2020.

Depending upon the industry, some workers are more prone to toxic exposure in the workplace than others. Individuals who are injured or become ill from exposure to toxins at work may be in a position to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits.  Many workers are exposed to toxic chemicals on a daily basis. Although exposure to these harmful chemicals… READ MORE

What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover? Published in Workers Compensation on September 22, 2020.

Workers’ compensation benefits in Georgia cover medical care, lost wages, and sometimes other benefits such as vocational retraining. The amounts you receive and how long you receive them will depend on the type and severity of your injuries. Sustaining an injury on the job can be shocking and discouraging. Like any other insurance or government-regulated program, Macon workers’ compensation can… READ MORE