Occupational Diseases and Georgia Workers’ Compensation

Occupational Diseases and Georgia Workers’ Compensation

When an employee is injured at work in an accident, it’s often quite clear what happened. Something like a slip and fall or an object strike injury can be precisely dated and documented. It may even be witnessed by coworkers. While insurance companies can still...
Can Independent Contractors File for Workers’ Compensation?

Can Independent Contractors File for Workers’ Compensation?

Self-employment seems more common than ever. Just before the pandemic, a Gallup poll commissioned by QuickBooks found that 28 percent of workers were at least partly self-employed. Of those, nearly half relied on self-employment as their primary source of income....
A Thank You Message to Atlanta’s Frontline Healthcare Workers

A Thank You Message to Atlanta’s Frontline Healthcare Workers

At the Law Offices of Laura Lanzisera, we regularly work with incredible healthcare professionals in our office. We’re already in awe of the effort these dedicated men and women pour into their work and we know they need our community’s support and appreciation as...
Four Leading Causes of Fatalities in the Construction Industry

Four Leading Causes of Fatalities in the Construction Industry

It’s no surprise that construction can be a dangerous industry. Whether the job site is a small remodeling project or a major infrastructure operation, every location has its hazards, leading to many injuries at work. To complicate matters, construction is, by nature,...
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