In an effort to expand the Firm’s relations within the Ecuadorian community, Bryan Ramos attended a reception for Lenin Voltaire Moreno Garces, the Vice-President of Ecuador, sponsored by the Ecuadorian-American Chamber of Commerce on July 27, 2009 at the World Trade Center Atlanta. In his address to the community, Vice-President Moreno spoke about (more…)
Today, many Georgia workers received a raise in pay. The Georgia minimum wage was raised from $6.55 to 7.25 per hour. While there is a debate about whether this could prolong the recession, there will also be an impact on workers’ compensation claims.
The first and most obvious will be the affect on (more…)
When there is a meeting between an injured worker and his or her workers’ compensation attorney, it is important to be prepared for the meeting. If it is the first meeting, the injured employee should insist on meeting with an attorney. This is not to (more…)
In today’s world everyone is looking for ways to save money. This holds true for both the Ramos Law Firm and the injured workers we help. One way we are helping our clients save money is through the use of technology.
The Ramos Law Firm was (more…)
Okay, so it’s not workers’ comp related, but we do have office space available for rent in our suite. We are located in the MacQuarium Building on Peachtree Street (more…)
In many situations, an employer and an employee will present conflicting testimony and evidence. For example, an employee’s treating physician might classify an employee’s injury as disabling and catastrophic. The employee will never to be able to work again. While a doctor for (more…)