Dealing with a hand injury at work

A hand injury can result in the need for extensive medical care and lost time from work. If the injury was work-related, it is compensable by Georgia workers’ compensation.Unfortunately, many workers have difficulty obtaining all of the benefits they are owed....

Preventing Lifting Injuries at Work

Back injuries are some of the most commonplace injuries that occur on-the-job in Georgia. Often, these injuries are the result of accidents that are difficult to avoid. However, there are steps you can take to minimize back injuries — most notably lifting...

5 mistakes to avoid following a work injury

Georgia workers’ compensation provides free medical care for workers who are injured on the job. It also provides money to replace lost wages and to compensate workers for permanent injuries. These benefits exist to help injured workers get back on their feet...

Who pays for a work-related car accident?

It may be possible to recover compensation from more than one source if you are injured in a work-related car accident.Georgia workers’ compensation pays benefits for car accidents if you were driving as a part of your job, regardless of who was at fault. If the...

Dealing with a work-related head injury

Experiencing a head injury at work can be frightening. The potential for a brain injury exists even if there is no outward sign of damage.If the injury occurred on the job, you are covered by Georgia workers’ compensation. Now is a time when you should use those...