If you suffer permanent blindness as a result of a workplace injury, the nature of your injury can entitle you to permanent benefits in your workers’ compensation package. Georgia law describes a number of injuries that qualify as catastrophic injuries. Workers that experience these kinds of injuries are entitled to a wider range of compensation benefits under law.
Filing for bankruptcy carries a popular stigma that the filer was irresponsible with his or her finances. For this reason, many people do not want to be in bankruptcy any longer than they have to. Once bankruptcy is over with, they want to rebuild their credit as soon as possible. Anyone in Georgia who is considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy should have a good idea of how long they will need to take to pay off their debts.
With many states legalizing marijuana, it can sometimes be confusing to know where the law stands in your own state. If you wonder if marijuana is legal in Georgia, then the answer is that at this time it is not legal for recreational use, but it is legal for medical use in some cases, according to The Hill. The state joins many other states in the country that have legalized marijuana for medical use for chronic health conditions.
A major step for Georgia residents in applying for Social Security disability benefits is convincing the Social Security Adminstration (SSA) that they are disabled. However, sometimes the SSA will not be immediately convinced by the medical records that you send them. In this case, the SSA may request additional examinations to establish your disability.