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Workers’ Compensation – Your Questions Answered

Russell Keener literally wrote the book on Georgia’s Workers’ Compensation guidelines. Today we are highlighting a few of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to workers’ compensation in Georgia. Q: What is workers’ compensation? A: Workers’ compensation is a benefits program created by the state law that provides medical, rehabilitation, income, death and […]

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What Income Benefits are Available Under Workers’ Compensation?

This is a question I am often asked by my clients, so let’s clarify the four basic income benefits. The maximum amount of weekly workers’ compensation benefits an employee can receive from an on-the-job injury, illness, or death depends on the worker’ compensation rate at the time of the injury and the employee’s average weekly […]

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Workers’ Compensation Frequently Asked Questions

For more than 25 years I have been helping workers in the state of Georgia receive the workers’ compensation benefits they deserve. Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions and answers to help you decide if you have a workers’ compensation case. What is workers’ compensation? Workers’ compensation is a benefits program […]

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The 5 Deadly Sins that Can Destroy Your Workers’ Compensation Case

For more than 25 years I have been helping clients receive the justice they deserve by winning their workers’ compensation case. As a matter of fact, I wrote a book, The Ultimate Guide to Workers’ Compensation Cases in Georgia, to assist those who were trying to decide if they should take legal action against their […]

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More than $40 Million is Spent on Workers’ Compensation Claims by Peace Corps Volunteers

We tend to associate workers’ compensation claims with paid employees but there are some exceptions in which volunteers may be eligible. In a recent article Business Insurance reported on how the Peace Corps spent more than $40 million providing benefits to more than 3,300 volunteers who had returned to the US via workers’ compensation programs […]

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