John Michael Parsons’s Guides

John Michael Parsons

Atlanta Workers' Compensation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 8
  1. Medical Bills and What to Do About Them

    Written by attorney John Parsons, over 5 years ago.

    What should I do if a medical bill is sent to me? If you are represented, send it to your attorney immediately. If not represented, contact the medical provider and give them the workers’ compensatio

  2. Panel Physicians (Company Doctors)

    Written by attorney John Parsons, over 5 years ago.

    What if there is not a Panel of Physicians? By law, you have the right to treat with any doctor you choose at the Employer’s expense. You should take a photograph of the area in which legal notices a

  3. Medical Issues in Georgia Workers Compensation Cases

    Written by attorney John Parsons, over 5 years ago.

    Do I have to go to the doctor my boss tells me to go to see? It depends. Normally, when you are first injured, the Employer should allow you to select from a “Panel of Physicians”. The Panel of Physi

  4. Fault in Georgia Workers Compensation Claims

    Written by attorney John Parsons, over 5 years ago.

    Does Fault Matter in Workers Comp Claims Does my injury have to be my employer's fault ? No.Under Georgia law, you are entitled to benefits even if the injury was not the fault of your employer. In

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  5. Georgia Worker's Compensation Rules and Regulations

    Written by attorney John Parsons, over 5 years ago.

    Weekly Benefits When you are not working at all (temporary total benefits): You can receive benefits when the doctor says you cannot work at all, or if the doctor has put you on light duty work and t

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