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Perkins Studdard attorneys meet with state legislators

All four attorneys of Perkins Studdard spent a day at the state capitol in March of 2009 meeting with senators, representatives and legislative leaders. These meetings are an opportunity to build stronger relationships with these legislators and discuss proposed legislation that affects the rights of injured citizens. While Perkins Studdard believes that protecting the interests of its injured and disabled clients requires an understanding of the law as it currently stands, the firm is also committed to being a voice for those affected by future workers’ compensation and personal injury legislation under consideration by the Georgia General Assembly.

What if I have other questions about workers compensation?

Georgia’s workers compensation system can be very confusing.  You have to worry about getting the treatment you need and paying your bills while also worrying about not missing any deadlines that could cause you to lose your right to receive workers compensation benefits.

If you have questions, I would recommend that you try to get answers.  To find out more about how to schedule a time to talk to me about your workers compensation questions, just read this short article.

Jason Perkins is an attorney who specializes in representing injured workers.  He regularly publishes videos and write blog articles about Georgia’s workers compensation system and issues that are important to injured workers and their families. To be notified of Jason’s new workers compensation videos, subscribe to his Georgia Workers Compensation Video Series channel on YouTube by clicking the subscribe button below.

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