Workers compensation benefits in Georgia are awarded on a weekly basis to compensate an injured worker for lost future earnings resulting from an on the job injury. To establish the amount of weekly compensation an injured worker is entitled to be paid a determination of the employee's average weekly wage has to be made. In Georgia the primary basis for computing the average weekly wage will, in most cases, be the wages earned by the employee during the thirteen weeks immediately preceding the injury date. ... Continue Reading
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