The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation in partnership with the United Way of Coastal Georgia will open its Community Emergency Needs Fund to receive gifts and make grants in response to the spreading Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This will be a flexible resource able respond to the emergent needs of the residents of Coastal Georgia who […]
Before Georgia began requiring that every motorist have liability (or “at-fault”) insurance coverage, a small accident could have huge economic repercussions for those injured. Currently, every vehicle on Georgia public roads has to have a minimum of $25,000.00 in liability insurance coverage. So, if you are in a car crash where the other driver is […]
In order to protect our team and our clients, and in order to comply with the recommended guidelines for social distancing, all in-person meetings will be handled by phone rather than in person. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
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MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS – CALL FIRST / CONFIRM YOUR APPOINTMENT IS STILL GOING FORWARD In light of the Coronavirus, everyone who has a scheduled medical appointment should first call to confirm that their medical appointment is still going forward. A lot of physicians and medical-related-facilities have suspended non-urgent visits. The medical staff should help you […]
Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court issued an order on March 14, 2020 declaring a statewide judicial emergency due to the spread of COVID-19….Whereas the Chief Justice’s order extends and otherwise grants relief from deadlines which can be applicable to workers’ compensation claims such as the following: statutes of limitations, time within which discovery or any aspect thereof is to be completed, time within which to serve a party, time within which to appeal or seek the right to appeal any order, ruling, or other determination
The State Board of Workers’ Compensation continues to be open for business. However, the Board is actively monitoring developments regarding COVID-19/Novel Coronavirus. The safety and wellbeing of our staff and visitors are of utmost concern. In accordance with state guidelines concerning limiting COVID-19 exposure, workers’ compensation hearings scheduled for the period Monday, March 16, 2020 […]