He who controls the medical controls the claim. In an accepted workers' compensation claim, controlling the medical has a significant impact on the overall claim exposure and on leverage during settlement negotiations. ... Continue Reading
When you think of a worker's compensation injury the first thing you probably think of is someone sustaining a physical injury, such as a back, knee or wrist injury, while performing some type of job. ... Continue Reading
Georgia courts have gradually increased what constitutes an approach, and the Georgia Court of Appeals' recent decision in Six Flags Over Georgia II, L.P. v. Martin, 335 Ga. App. 350 (2015) exponentially expanded how far an approach extends. ... Continue Reading
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