my husband was hurt at work back in April and its been one big fuss every since. not wanting to pay him for having to miss work for apps and not wanting to get him to the riht drs. we just need to know what our next step will be
I would at least talk to one. Otherwise, expect to be jerked around by the adjuster for as long as his case stays open. There are several good workers' comp lawyers near Dalton.See question
I have a work comp claim and have been receiving medical treatment for 8 weeks for a shoulder injury. I was told by Gallagher Bassett that after 21 days I would receive financial compensation. I have several emails telling me that a check is being...
No, it's based on the date of injury. If you're hurt on or after July 1 and you're OK.See question
My foot got broke in two places while on the job. They just sit me in a chair with paper to write down when they doff a machine. They won't pay me for loss time when I have to leave early to go to the doctor. It's really hard for me to get around ...
Yes, sort of. More details are needed, so I would call a local attorney to help you with all this.See question
The settlement was between the individual and the workers comp insurance company.
No, it should 't be. If you file a new claim later on, they could find it via a Board form.See question
I was injured on the job on 6/9, I have only been seen by a physician. I was supposed to have a referral to an orthopedic Dr, but it was never submitted as workers comp so I was refused my visit. That was on 6/24. I have not had a new appointment ...
You should probably retain counsel and file a hearing request, since the adjuster is ignoring you. She probably hopes you will give up and go away.See question
My fiancee and I have lived on a hotel property for almost 4 years. In 05/2013 he got a job as main man. 05/28/2013 he was promoted to Supervisor. We lived on the property since 12/31/12. He was doing small jobs for the owner since 02/2013 for the...
If he has an attorney, why not talk to him/her instead of writing to us?See question
While I was a cadet in the Academy I didn't qualify at the gun range, and the Agency that was sponsoreing me let me go but while working on duty I fractured my knee am I still able to receive workman's comp
Yes, in theory, but if you're a military cadet, that's a "different animal" from GA workers' comp law.See question
I am currently on workers compensation for the second time within a year. I am a nurse and this injury is my back. I have had an MRI and have been working at less pay on "restricted duty" since the second week after my injury. Only this week have ...
You should talk to an attorney asap. Don't trust the neurosurgeon the insurer is sending you to. Do not take their offer without advice from an expert!
As for the resignation, 95% of the time, that's the only way to get the other side to settle with you.See question