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Statute of Limitations

January 20, 2020

According to Georgia Workers Compensation Law, in general you must report an injury within 30 days of the accident date. You also have one year from the last authorized medical…

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uninsured employer

Uninsured Employer

January 13, 2020

Georgia Workers Compensation law requires any employer with three or more full time employees to provide workers compensation coverage. Not all employers have workers compensation coverage as required by the…

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Third Party Liability

Third Party Liability Claims (TPL)

January 6, 2020

When an employee is injured on the job, not only does the worker have a workers compensation claim, but they may also have another claim for negligence against another party.…

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Panel of Physicians

Panel of Physicians

December 30, 2019

Georgia Workers Compensation Law requires the employer to post a panel of physicians posted in a prominent spot in your workplace. The panel must meet one of the following requirements…

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Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

December 23, 2019

A functional capacity evaluation (FCE) may be requested by the parties or by your doctor when an employee reaches maximum medical improvement (MMI). The FCE is a series of tests…

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