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Georgia Injured Workers' Bill of Rights

Posted by Daniel F. O'Connell | Sep 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

Every worker in Georgia has a list of rights that protects you if you are injured on the job. In fact, Georgia law requires that the State Board of Workers' Compensation publish a list of these injured workers' rights, benefits, and obligations under state law.  Unfortunately, many workers are un...

Can I Settle My Workers' Compensation Case?

Posted by Daniel F. O'Connell | Mar 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

"Does workman's comp settle cases?" "How do I just go ahead and move on from workers' comp?" "I don't want surgery; I just want to settle. How do I do it?" I have had the question posed to me dozens of different ways; but all of my former clients were essentially asking the same thing. Each of...

Wearable technology and Worker's Compensation

Posted by Andrew M. O'Connell | Oct 09, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is an interesting, short article from Business Insurance, discussing the potential for wearable technology to prevent workplace accidents.  This certainly appears to be a good thing but I would also have some privacy concerns regarding an employer/insurer monitoring and collecting an individ...

The O'Connell Law Firm Opening

Posted by Andrew M. O'Connell | Sep 06, 2017 | 0 Comments

I am excited to announce the opening of the O'Connell Law Firm!  I started my law firm to help injured workers navigate the workers' compensation system in our great state of Georgia.   Of course, if anyone visiting my website has questions regarding an area other than workers' compensation or a ...

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