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How Does a Workers Compensation Trial Work?

March 30, 2020

Georgia workers compensation hearings are decided by an administrative law judge (ALJ) and any party may appeal the decision within twenty days of the ALJ’s final award or order. The…

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Lost Job Because of Workers Comp Claim

Will I Lose My Job if I File a Workers Compensation Claim?

March 23, 2020

When resolving a workers compensation claim you are often required to sign a release and resignation from the current employer. It is important to work with the attorney early in…

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ReisLaw is Fully Prepared to Take Care of our Clients During the Coronavirus Outbreak

March 16, 2020

ReisLaw is fully prepped and here for you during the Coronavirus Outbreak and any other State of Emergency declarations. Our office remains dedicated to protecting the rights of injured workers…

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Information needed to complete Workers Compensation Claim Form

Important Information To File a Workers Compensation Claim

March 9, 2020

When you decide to file a workers compensation claim it is helpful to provide the following information to insure the claim is filed correctly: 1. Pay Stub ◦ A pay…

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What If My Workers Compensation Claim is Denied?

March 2, 2020

If your workers compensation claim is denied a hearing can be requested on your behalf to seek workers compensation benefits.  After the hearing request is submitted, a calendar date will…

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