Telemedicine and workers’ comp accelerated when the world shut down in 2020. People were not comfortable visiting doctors’ offices, and many doctors preferred treating patients online rather than face-to-face. According to Definitive Healthcare, “With over 42% of Americans using telehealth during the pandemic, the data speaks for itself —Definitive analysts…

If you have been injured on the job, you likely have a lot of things on your mind, such as how you will cover your expenses and what type of coverage you can expect from workers’ comp in Georgia. We’re here to ease some of your worries. Workers’ comp is…

78,000 employees were injured on the job in Georgia in 2019, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). “41,600 [of the 78,000] were of a more severe nature, involving days away from work, job transfer, or restriction—commonly referred to as DART cases.” There are always costs associated with workplace…