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Which Judge is Going to Hear my Georgia Workers' Compensation Claim?

Posted by Andrew M. O'Connell | Sep 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation has administrative law judges who handle cases in different parts of Georgia.  The Board periodically publishes a map on its website which shows the judges who are assigned to specific territories.  The most recent map on the State Board's website is current as of March 1, 2017 and a link to the State Board's website follows below.  However, Judge Gordon Zeese, who was assigned to the Albany circuit in southwest Georgia, retired earlier this year and a new judge for the southwest Georgia territory will be appointed soon.

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Andrew M. O'Connell

Andrew is a committed advocate for the rights of injured workers.  He has extensive experience as an attorney representing both injured workers and employer/insurers in Georgia workers' compensation claims.  He started the O'Connell Law Firm to exclusively represent injured workers.  Andrew rece...


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