Do you have workers’ compensation questions related to the COVID-19 coronavirus?

Travis Studdard published in Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Journal1 minute read

Travis Studdard wrote an article which was published in the Fall 2011 edition of the Verdict, the journal of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA). The article focused on Judge William A. “Tony” Murray who served as an Administrative Law Judge with the State Board of Workers’ Compensation for 28 years and now practices law with the Gainesville firm of Stow, Garvin, and Glenn.

GTLA focuses on protecting the Constitutional promise of justice for all by guaranteeing the right to trial by jury, preserving an independent judiciary, and providing access to the courts for all Georgians. All attorneys at Perkins Studdard are proud members of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. Travis also currently serves as President of the West Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.

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.

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