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The Importance of Lawyer Interviews

I had the opportunity to interview a sweet lady for a job injury sha had about 3 months ago. She hired someone other than me upon the recommendation of a friend.
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More Workers' Compensation Changes

Last week, I posted the number one item on my wish list of changes in the Workers’ Compensation laws that would make the system a bit fairer for the injured worker.
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What to Do Once Your Personal Injury Case Settles

A recent Fulton County Daily Report article reported that a personal injury lawyer stole over one million dollars of money of many of his clients. How can someone do such a thing for so long before getting caught? Know this: when your personal injury case finally settles, you should be quickly asking for the money your lawyer got for you.
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Disclosing a Car Accident Related Injury to Your Employer

If you settled your automobile accident case or your workers’ compensation claim and have some permanent residual medical condition that limits your ability to perform all aspect of a physical job, you must tell your new employer about these limitations when you begin to work.
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Workers' Compensation Changes I Dream Of

As a lawyer representing the injured worker, I see the changes that have been made to the Law and in particular in the workers’ compensation laws. The trend over the last 20 years has clearly been weighted in favor of the employer and their insurance company friends.
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Permanent Impairments

The American Medical Association has published a book titled Guide To The Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 5th Edition consisting of approximately 400 pages.
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