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Insurance Companies Defer Cost of Workers Comp to the Injured and Taxpayers

There are many reasons to hope and pray you do not suffer a disabling injury on the job, not the least of which is the deterioration of the workers’ compensation system in Georgia. Like other states, the insurance companies fight tooth and nail for strict laws to deny injured workers benefits while passing the cost to the taxpayers. Ultimately, it is the injured worker who pays the steepest price.

If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, contact The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller today to discuss options for protection of health and financial well-being. The insurance company is not your friend and you will not have anyone fighting on your side unless you retain an attorney who knows the law and has taken on the insurance companies in court.