What Do Workers’ Comp Lawyers Do?

If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be considering getting help from an attorney. As you weigh your decision, you’ll want to know what workers’ comp lawyers do. We represent employees injured on the job so they can get workers’ compensation (or comp) benefits. These benefits include wage replacement, medical treatment, and rehabilitation for injuries and occupational diseases. Our workers’ comp lawyers give you the ability to...

How Much Is My Car Accident Settlement Worth?

If you’re injured, you may wonder, how much is my car accident settlement worth? That depends on many things. The more severe and long-lasting your injuries, generally, the greater its value. The higher your medical bills and the more wages you lost also play a role. If you want to know what your car settlement may be worth, contact the Mann Law Firm for a free consultation. We’ve settled...

Study Suggests Unsafe Practices Endanger Healthcare Workers and Employees

The Importance of Job Hazard Analysis to Eliminate Unsafe Practices Taking precautions to practice safety on the job has always been of major importance in the healthcare industry, but it is especially so since the COVID-19 crisis began.  The importance of job hazard analysis shouldn’t be overlooked. In determining whether a workplace environment is safe, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration suggests doing a job safety analysis (JSA) that identifies the...

If You Get COVID at Work Can You Get Workers’ Comp?

Do you wonder, if you get COVID at work could you get workers’ comp? Yes, it is possible. You may be able to receive workers’ compensation if you get COVID at work, but whether or not you will qualify depends on the circumstances of your individual situation. The COVID pandemic has resulted in some unique challenges for employees trying to qualify for workers’ compensation insurance. Georgia employers who have...

Can You Sue an Uninsured Driver?

If you wonder, can you sue an uninsured driver, the answer is: It depends. It is possible to sue an uninsured driver, but depending on the circumstances, you may not always want or need to.  Georgia law O.C.G.A. § 40-6-10 requires everyone who owns and operates a motor vehicle to have bodily injury liability insurance and property liability insurance to cover the damage they cause in a crash. However,...
Is Amazon a Safe Place to Work?

Is Amazon a Safe Place to Work?

Is Amazon a safe place to work? If you’ve been injured on the job at Amazon, then you already know the answer. Amazon is not always a safe place to work. The company’s single-minded focus on speed at the expense of safety is well-known for causing workers harm. According to research done by one news organization, serious injuries at Amazon were more than double the national average for the...
Does Workers’ Comp Pay for Lost Wages?

Does Workers’ Comp Pay for Lost Wages?

Does workers’ comp pay for lost wages?  This is a very important concern for workers who have been injured on the job or who become ill due to their work. The answer is that workers’ comp pays a part of lost wages, but not the full amount. These wages are paid as disability income benefits. How much you might receive is based on how disabled you are. There are...
What happens after I reach MMI under Georgia law?

What happens after I reach MMI under Georgia law?

If you’ve been injured on the job, workers’ compensation should pay your medical and rehabilitation costs and provide you with income benefits. These benefits are meant to help you recover from your injuries and get back to work. That sounds simple, but the reality is much more complex. What happens after you reach maximum medical improvement (MMI) under Georgia law is your ability to work, return to your job...

Electrical Implant Helps Woman With Brain Damage

At least three million Americans live with serious brain injuries, some of which were suffered in accidents caused by the negligence of another person. Most of these people are no longer tracked or institutionally cared for after initial treatment. They are often taken care of by their families or have to take care of themselves. These injured people usually have to manage problems with fatigue, attention and concentration and...

Three Ways to Share the Road Safely with Motorcyclists

According to the NHTSA, the number of motorcyclists who died in accidents fell to 5,172 in 2017, which was a decrease of 3%. Nonetheless, motorcycle riders are still vastly overrepresented in traffic deaths. To keep everyone on the road as safe as possible, the NHTSA wants to remind motorcyclists to make themselves as visible to other drivers as possible, to use a good motorcycle helmet and to never ride...
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