expert negotiators

10 Strengths of Experienced Negotiators

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Is your worker’s compensation attorney an experienced negotiator?  Expert negotiation skills make a huge difference in the outcome of your mediation. When you are deciding who to represent you in your workers’ compensation claim, be sure the attorney has most, if not all, of these signs of a top negotiator. With more than 30 years of experience, the attorneys at Sadow & …

Sadow Recognized as AVVO Top-Rated Lawyer

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Founding attorney Susan Sadow, with the Georgia law firm Sadow & Froy, has been recognized by AVVO as a top-rated workers’ compensation lawyer. You can read Susan’s outstanding reviews here. The AVVO rating is an independent, online ranking system of attorneys across the country, in all specialties. Ratings are determined by activity on the page and client reviews. All lawyers …

The Role of Caregiver After Catastrophic Injury 

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When someone suffers a catastrophic work-related injury, finding the right caregiver is a very important part of the recovery process.  Caregiving can be provided by agency staff or by family members if an RN or LPN is not required.  While almost all seriously injured workers prefer to have family members care for them, it is so important that the caregiver does …

Ladder injuries on the job

6 Tips to Avoid Ladder Injuries

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We often see serious work-related injuries when our clients have fallen from ladders.  Many ladder injuries can be prevented if proper safety techniques are followed.  There are more than 300 ladder-related deaths and over 130,000 emergency room visits related to ladders each year, as well as 2,000 ladder-related injuries every day. ANSI.Org It is important to first consider the task …

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6 Common Nursing Injuries

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Nursing is definitely a fulfilling and rewarding occupation.  Nurses choose their jobs because they want to do meaningful work and help people.  However, nurses face many workplace hazards, which can result in serious injuries.  The most common injuries that nurses encounter on the job fall into six categories. Overexertion Slip and Falls Violence Contact with Objects or Equipment Transportation Incidents …

overexertion injuries can be caused by improper lifting

Tips to Reduce Overexertion Injuries

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The number of serious injuries we see from overexertion at work is dramatically rising. Quite often these injuries occur because companies with staffing shortages require their employee to work overtime to make up for the reduction in personnel.  Whether you spend your days on an assembly line, typing on a computer, or somewhere in between, it’s important to know the …

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Avoid Being Accused of Malingering

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malingering \ mə-​ˈliŋ-​g(ə-​)riŋ (verb): to pretend or exaggerate incapacity or illness (as to avoid duty or work) Merriam-Webster One of the ways insurance companies try to reduce the value of a workers’ compensation claim is by claiming an injured worker is “malingering” or exaggerating symptoms. We recently attended the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Association conference. In a panel discussion at the conference, …

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Find the Right Catastrophic Injury Lawyer

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Finding the right lawyer for your catastrophic injury workers’ compensation case is potentially the most important decision you’ll make for your future. Catastrophic work-related injuries include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries, amputations, and severe burns. The long-term consequences of a catastrophic injury will impact the rest of your life, as well as the lives of your family members. …

Hope for Paralysis Treatment

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Paralysis is one of the most traumatic workers’ compensation injuries we see. Paralysis impacts every aspect of a person’s life, as well as the lives of their loved ones. When we represent clients with work-related spinal cord injuries, we know their journey toward a new normal is a long one. Compensation needs to be more than adequate to cover medical …