Workers’ compensation claims were created by the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act. These claims allow employees to recover their medical expenses and lost income. It also allows for compensation for permanent impairment due to a work related injury.
Workers’ compensation claims do not require injured workers to prove negligence and also do not allow for the recovery of pain and suffering. Workers’ compensation claims are valid if the injured person is an employee, if the employer has at least 3 employees and if the injury was by accident and during course of their employment.
It is important to hire an attorney that is well versed in the Georgia’s Workers’ Compensation Act and the laws that protect you.
Contact Georgia attorneys at Farrar, Hennesy & Tanner, LLC today to learn more about Workers Compensation law in Georgia.
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