Timely Paid, But To The Wrong Person: An Employer's Obligation When A Claimant's Ttd Check Is Stolen
As undoubtedly any self-insured employer or workers' compensation insurance carrier knows, the golden rule when paying workers' compensation benefits pursuant to an award is: "20 days in-state and 17 days out of state." ... Continue Reading
Perhaps one of the more confusing issues that arise in workers' compensation claims involves the doctrine of "continuous employment." ... Continue Reading
No Midnight Train To Georgia: Legal Defenses And Practical Solutions To Claimant's Request To Depose An Out-Of-State Adjuster
Partly thanks to the benefit of technological advances, it is now common for adjusters to handle workers' compensation claims from separate parts of the country. ... Continue Reading
With the enactment of Senate Bill 3 by the Georgia General Assembly on February 15, 2005, for the first time under Georgia law, an "offer of settlement" rule was created. ... Continue Reading
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