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Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefits

Many injured workers are unable to perform work after their injury. In Georgia, Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefits are a partial wage replacement available when you are unable to work due to an occupational injury. You should receive TTD benefits if one of the following is true: The workers compensation doctor takes you out of…

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Flu Season is Upon Us

Attorney Laura Reis, Founding attorney of the personal injury and workers compensation law Firm Reis Law, is a partner with Lake Forest Elementary. Laura is committed to supporting the local Sandy Springs Community. Lake Forest Elementary is located right down the street from Reis Law. As flu season is upon us, on November 1, Laura…

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Rideshare Drivers Push for Employee Status

In the last week, the news has covered efforts by Uber and Lyft drivers and some state legislatures to have the drivers recognized as employees instead of independent contractors. What is the difference between employee status and independent contractors? Often, employers will classify workers as independent contractors to avoid paying overtime and taxes, but labels…

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Your Workers’ Comp Claim and Unsafe Work Conditions

How Does an Atlanta Workers Compensation Claim Work

Regardless of your workplace, it’s likely that you take notice of general safety practices. Employers must meet certain standards in various environments to provide a safe workplace for their staff. If you’ve been injured at work, an Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney can help. Purpose of Workers’ Compensation The point of workers’ compensation is to provide…

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How to Handle Workers’ Comp Claims When You’re with A Union

Union Workers Comp Claim Atlanta Workers Comp Attorney

1. All Claims Start the Same Union jobs typically include hard manual labor, or duties with little to no supervision. For some, that means teachers alone in a room full of children all day. For others, it means working construction. There are a few exceptions within the state of Georgia that allow employees to work…

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