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Am I entitled to a Jury Trial?

In a workers’ compensation claim, an injured worker is not entitled to a jury trial but rather an evidentiary hearing before an administrative law judge or ALJ.  This is commonly known as a “bench trial” or “employee’s day in court”….

2015 Changes to Georgia Workers’ Compensation

Under House Bill 412 signed into law by Governor Deal – there are certain significant changes to our workers’ compensation system effective July 1, 2015 which include the following: 1) The maximum weekly benefit amounts have been increased. The maximum temporary total disability…

How Much is My Injury Worth?

In a recent article titled “How Much Is Your Arm Worth? Depends On Where You Work” published ProPublica studies showed that what state you work in can dramatically affect how much you are paid for the loss of use of…

ARAWC Works to Gut Workers’ Compensation Benefits

The ARAWC (Association for Responsible Alternatives to Workers’ Compensation), a lobbying group financed by almost two dozen major corporations including Walmart, Lowes, Macys and Kohls are working to make it harder for injured workers to obtain lost wages and medical care. A recent…

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