1. Most of the workers compensation claims I handle end up not in court, but in a settlement mediation. Hearings at the Georgia State Board of Workers Compensation are designed to resolve issues, such as disputes about which doctor should be authorized or whether your weekly benefits were improperly cut off.

    When it comes time to settle for a lump sum, the mediation process works well because an independent third party will supervise negotiations. In this video I describe how mediation works and why I find it a useful tool to resolve cases quickly and fairly.

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  2. When you are hurt and not working, delays in obtaining your benefits can make life unbearable. Similarly, your health can be damaged when workers comp. medical care is not approved. Hearings before a State Board judge can resolve disputes between our side and the insurance company but it can take weeks or months to get a hearing date.

    Fortunately the Georgia State Board allows us to gain access to the judge assigned to your case by conference call. The insurance company lawyer must be notified and may participate on the call, but I find that many disputes can be solved quickly with a 10 minute call that we can schedule within a week.

    In this video I discuss the procedure to schedule a conference call and the types of issues where this type of call is relevant. As always, please call me if you have any questions about the Georgia workers comp law - 770-351-0801.

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    Is a private eye following you? Did your employer's insurance company hire someone to watch you in the doctor's waiting room or take pictures of you unloading grocery bags in your driveway?

    In this video, Jodi explains that insurance companies regularly use private investigators to find evidence that you are engaging in activities outside of the work restrictions set out by your doctor. Watch to learn what this means to you and how you should plan accordingly.

    Want more information about the workers compensation law in Georgia? Visit Jodi's Georgia work injury web site at georgia-workers-compensation.com or call her at 770-351-0801.

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    Can I Still Collect Georgia workers compensation benefits if I move out of state?

    Your work injury can cause many hardships, financial and otherwise, and you may have no choice but to move out of state to reduce your cost of living. Will you still get your weekly TTD check if you move and does the insurance company still have to pay for your medical care?

    In this video, Jodi explains that your rights to weekly wage benefits and employer paid medical care do not change after you move, although there are administrative hoops to jump through. Call Jodi for more advise about how to preserve your benefits even in you move across the country.

    Want more information about the workers compensation law in Georgia? Visit Jodi's Georgia work injury web site at georgia-workers-compensation.com or call her at 770-351-0801.

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  5. Meet Jodi Ginsberg, Atlanta workers' compensation attorney

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Georgia Workers Compensation Attorney Jodi Brenner Ginsberg

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