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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

How Falls Happen on the Job Published in Workers Compensation on August 10, 2020.

Falls are a serious problem in many American workplaces. They can cause severe injuries and even death. Victims of workplace falls should work with a workers’ compensation attorney to be sure they receive the compensation they are entitled to. Fall injuries can occur in almost all types of workplaces. According to the National Safety Council, in 2016, nearly 700 workers… READ MORE

Steps to Take Following a Workplace Injury Published in Workers Compensation on July 13, 2020.

Suffering a workplace injury can lead to financial stress and the inability to work for a short or more extended period of time. You could be entitled to Macon workers’ compensation. However, your ability to receive such a benefit is dependent upon you taking the right steps after your injury. If you do not adhere to the guidelines and requirements… READ MORE

Has Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Been Delayed? Published in Workers Compensation on June 30, 2020.

After a workplace injury, you might take all the steps you are supposed to do – but you still are not receiving the workers’ compensation benefits you need. Many injured workers experience delays in the claim process, which can be concerning as your medical expenses start adding up, and you are unsure how to cover your regular bills while you… READ MORE