Attorney Mental Health & Wellness - A Personal Essay on Why I Believe We Have an Ethical Obligation to Act on it in the Workplace
January 31, 2021 was 2 years since the day Daniel took his life and I still think about it on an almost-daily basis. Weren't his parting words to me, "I'll see you at the birthday party this weekend!"? I've replayed the conversation, and many others prior to that, over and over in my head and it still doesn't make any sense. Not to me, at least. ... Continue Reading
Illegal alien status and its role in the workers' compensation arena has always been a hot topic, but it is hotter than ever right now, at least in large part due to our current political climate. ... Continue Reading
As a matter of practice, one of the first things an adjuster or defense counsel should do when receiving a file is to check to see whether a WC-14 notice of claim or hearing request has been filed, and if so, the date of the filing of the form. ... ... Continue Reading
The success of a company can be measured in many ways, one of which is by the happiness of its employees. ... Continue Reading
In Georgia, the Workers' Compensation Act was designed to protect and cover employees against injuries on the job. However, in certain cases, ... Continue Reading
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H. Michael Bagley