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Workers’ Compensation in Georgia is a no fault system of Recovery. If you are hurt on your job, it does not matter who caused the accident. Many times people feel that if the accident was their fault, or an act of God, they cannot recover for their injury, NOT TRUE! The workers’ compensation system is set by statute in Georgia and it explicitly states that you can recover if you are injured in the scope and course of your employment; there is no requirement that your injury be the result of somebody else’s negligence.

If you are hurt on the job, you may be entitled to three benefits. The first benefit is medical treatment for your injured body part. The Insurance company is required to provide an injured worker with a list of doctors which the injured worker can chose to treat with. Additionally, the injured worker is entitled to a one time switch in authorized treating physicians. Contact us and we can help you with choosing your medical provider.

The second benefit an injured worker is entitled to is indemnity benefits. Indemnity benefits are weekly checks an injured worker receives because they cannot perform their job due to their injury. If a doctor takes an injured worker completely out of work, they are entitled to temporary total benefits. Temporary total disability benefits (or TTD) are two thirds of the injured worker’s average weekly wage capped at $525. If you are receiving less per week then you think you are entitled to, contact us and we can help.

When an individual is on restrictions and has gone back to work in a limited capacity and the job cannot offer them as many hours, or somehow cuts their pay, they may be eligible for temporary partial disability benefits, (called TPD). Temporary disability benefits are calculated by taking the two thirds of the difference between the pre-injury and post injury wage. We can help you calculate and determine this.

A third benefit you can recover for an on the job injury is a permanent partial disability rating, (or PPD rating). This is a figure given by a doctor for the permanent reduction in an ability to use that body part. For example, an amputation of a finger results in a 100% PPD rating to that finger.

We can help you navigate your way through the workers’ compensation process, so don’t hesitate, have a lawyer come 2 u!

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