Many injured workers contact us with questions about documents they have received in the mail from the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation. They wonder what these documents mean and what it has to do with their case. In order to help address some of these questions, we have prepared this series of articles which will provide a basic explanation of each of the most common forms and the ways in which each form might affect your workers’ compensation case.
Who Sent the Workers’ Compensation Form
The first important thing to understand is that the Workers’ Compensation form you have received was probably not sent by the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation. The Georgia Workers’ Compensation system is a form based workers’ compensation system. This means that there are standard forms that are developed by the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation that need to be filed at certain times in a workers’ compensation case. However, these form are usually actually prepared and filed by your employer, their workers’ compensation insurance company, or their attorney.
What Types of Forms Might I Receive
There are over 50 different standard workers’ compensation forms; however, there are only 15 forms that you are most likely to run into in your workers’ compensation case. These forms, which are listed below, include forms which tell you what benefits you will receive, what doctors you can treat with, and what light duty work is available. This blog series will discuss those 15 forms and what they mean to you. In our next blog post in this series, we will discuss several forms that you may encounter at the beginning of your workers’ compensation case.