The term "jurisdiction" in a workers' compensation context frequently means whether the claim has been timely filed. However, it can also involve the issue of whether ... Continue Reading
Are We There Yet?: Court REaffirms Established Doctrine Regarding Accidents Going To And Coming From Work
In a decision favorable to employers and insurers, the Georgia Court of Appeals, in the recent cases of The Medical Center, Inc. v. Hernandez et al. and Hernandez et al. ... Continue Reading
In a typical workers' compensation claim, "Employee" is working for "Employer 1", gets hurt on the job, and requests a hearing to seek benefits from Employer 1. ... Continue Reading
In any given workers' compensation claim, there is potential for a multitude of disputes over issues running the gamut from entitlement to indemnity benefits, ... Continue Reading
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