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Subcontracting in the Construction Industry and Who is Responsible for the Injured Employee?

November 30, 2018 BY Ryan Hathcock | Workers Compensation

General contractors obtain the services of subcontractors as a common business practice to help construction projects become completed more efficiently. Often, these subcontractors are more capable of performing the specialized work, and in many ways, the construction industry is a subcontractor-driven industry. The addition of subcontractors to a construction project brings additional workers hired by each subcontractor. In the event a subcontractor's employee is injured in the performance of the work at the construction site, a question arises of who may be held responsible for payment of workers' compensation benefits for those injuries. ... Continue Reading

An Attempt to Break-Even: A Review of O.C.G.A. § 34-9-11.1, an Employer/Insurer's subrogation rights, and the ability to recover for benefits paid to an injured employee

February 06, 2018 BY Ryan Hathcock | Workers Compensation

Following an injury arising out of and in the course of employment, Georgia's workers' compensation laws require an employer/insurer to pay workers' compensation benefits to any employee regardless of who may be at fault for the employee's injury. ... Continue Reading

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