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If you’ve been injured or have become ill on the job, you know how important it is to avoid doing anything that might jeopardize your potential workers’ compensation claim. Generally, that means you’re not working and avoiding other strenuous activities. But what if you have two jobs, or there’s another…

It may not be highlighted in new employee orientation, but almost all employed workers in Georgia are covered by workers’ compensation insurance. Most businesses are required by law to maintain workers’ compensation insurance coverage to protect their employees. Businesses that disregard the requirement can face serious consequences. Workers’ compensation is…

The rules governing workers’ compensation benefits are so complicated that people are often confused about how long they have to be out of work before they can get benefits. The simple answer: seven days. Also, if you’re going to miss seven or more days of work, your employer must notify…

Many injured workers in Norcross and Gwinnett County are surprised to learn that, in Georgia, your employer can fire you after you have filed for workers’ compensation benefits. Workers’ comp is a state-administered program, and each state’s laws are different. Allowing employers to terminate injured workers is not the norm….

If you’ve been injured at work or suffered an occupational illness, you could be eligible to claim Georgia workers’ compensation benefits. In most cases, your employer pays premiums for an insurance policy to cover work-related injuries and illnesses. Unfortunately, if you don’t notify your employer and begin the workers’ comp…