A nitrogen leak at a food processing plant in Georgia resulted in the deaths of several employees. Here’s how workers’ compensation helps if you’re injured at work.
Most of the most dangerous intersections in Atlanta are actually outside the city, within the suburban metro area. Here are the top 10 Georgia roads to avoid.
Construction is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries in Georgia. The Georgia Department of Labor estimates that construction jobs will grow 13.8% by 2026, adding roughly 23,450 jobs in […]
As the late English novelist Arnold Bennett once said: “It’s a jolly strange world.” And though Bennet was referring to his marriage, he could just as easily have been referring […]
We are living in unprecedented times. Amidst the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, much of the world has come to a standstill. And yet, people are still getting injured at work, […]
Workers’ compensation is sometimes called an “exclusive remedy” because, in most cases, workers can’t sue an employer for a work-related injury but instead have to file a workers’ compensation claim […]
The mere mention of the word “deposition” is enough to make most non-lawyers start sweating. Whether you’re thinking about deposing someone or you’re the one scheduled to be deposed, knowledge […]
Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance that pays medical expenses and lost wages to employees who are injured while doing their job. When most people think about work-related injuries, […]
There are certain steps you should take following an off-work car accident. But what happens if the auto accident occurs while you’re on the job? In Georgia, nearly half of […]
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Georgia employers reported 78,200 nonfatal workplace injuries in 2017. Perhaps more alarming, there were 194 fatal injuries (up from 171 the […]