The "change in condition" statute of limitations contained in O.C.G.A. § 34-9-104(b) has historically been one of the more confusing provisions of Georgia's Workers' Compensation Act. ... Continue Reading
Excuses, Excuses: What Constitutes A Proper Case To Open Default After Bellsouth V. Future Communications?V
A Georgia defendant is "in default" after failure to file a required answer within 30 days or failure to answer an amended complaint when ordered to do so by the Court. ... Continue Reading
On April 21, 2008, United States District Court Judge Orinda D. Evans held that the emergency regulations issued and subsequently adopted by the Georgia Insurance Commissioner's Office... ... Continue Reading
Can An Employee Bring A Federal Rico Claim Against Employer And Insurer In Relation To A Workers' Compensation Claim? Landmark Decision Says Yes.
A Sixth Circuit Court recently came to a decision that will have a considerable impact across the country for workers' compensation carriers. ... Continue Reading
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