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Monthly Archives: October 2021

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Liberty Mutual, Travelers, And Hartford Workers’ Compensation Cases In Georgia

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Every employer in Georgia that has at least three employees is required to purchase workers’ compensation insurance. This insurance is meant to provide medical treatment and possibly income benefits should one of the employer’s workers suffer an on-the-job injury. Most workers going about their daily job duties are not even aware of which company… Read More »

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Intel Settles Lawsuit After Contractor Is Killed

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Intel recently settled a lawsuit related to the 2017 death of a contractor who was crushed inside of a large machine that he was servicing. According to the lawsuit, another employee turned on the machine while the worker was inside. The contractor was performing routine maintenance at an Intel factory when the incident occurred…. Read More »

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Third Party Administrators (TPAs) And Georgia Workers’ Compensation Claims

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If your workers’ compensation claim is being managed by a third party administrator, like Gallagher Bassett, Sedgwick CMS, or Broadspire, you may be frustrated right now. Your weekly check may be late, or it may not have started at all. You may be waiting for the physical therapy or the MRI that your doctor… Read More »

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COVID-19 Death Triggers Lawsuit In Philly

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Tyson was among the many companies to raise the alarm during the early stages of the pandemic that “the supply chain was breaking”. This is largely because outbreaks at Tyson facilities were common in the early days of the pandemic, and Tyson contributed several deaths to the growing death toll. Now, they are facing… Read More »

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Employer To Pay Restitution After Worker Misclassification

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A Massachusetts employer is accused of intentionally misclassifying tree workers on a landscaping crew as “low-risk” to reduce the company’s workers’ compensation premiums. The woman, who gained nothing from the deception, was allowed to take an Alford plea and there was no finding of guilt by the judge. The woman will be required to… Read More »

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