The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of A Claimant's Incarceration And How It Effects Entitlement To Workers' Compensation Benefits
As we all know, some of the injured employees we encounter in the workers' compensation arena are not the most honest or "law"-abiding citizens. ... Continue Reading
In the recent case of Harris v. Peach County Board of Commissioners, the Georgia Court of Appeals rocked the proverbial Chaparral Boats when it classified an injury sustained when a Claimant bent over to pick up a personal item as a compensable work injury rather than an idiopathic injury. ... Continue Reading
Employers are often surprised to learn that undocumented or illegal aliens are, under Georgia law (and the laws of most states), eligible for workers' compensation benefits. ... Continue Reading
On February 17, 2009, President Barack Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (the "Act") into law. ... Continue Reading
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