In workers' compensation claims, we all want to obtain every credit entitlement that we can for our clients, and in accepted claims the main method of obtaining some form of credit is by timely filing a WC-243 form for Credit. ... Continue Reading
Among the many programs implemented in the wake of the current economic crisis is one particularly relevant for those involved with reductions in force and other job eliminations. ... Continue Reading
March 03, 2009 BY | General
Georgia courts will presume that an employee's death arises out of and in the course of employment when: 1) the employee is found dead at a place he might reasonably be expected to be in performance of his job; and 2) the death is unexplained. ... Continue Reading
Over the past decade, professional malpractice claims against long term care facilities in Georgia have increased exponentially. Traditionally, professional medical malpractice claims were asserted against hospitals, physicians, nurses, and other acute care medical providers. ... Continue Reading
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