This is a magical term of art, science, and law. In the Georgia workers’ compensation realm, this medical certification functionally translates to the injured worker having no physical limitations related to any work injury. Generally taken, your Employer will assert that you are able to work with your normal job as if (more…)
Congratulations to Bryan Ramos who has been named as a Super Lawyers® 2011 Georgia Rising Star.
Thousands of people will be rushing to their favorite romantic restaurant this week for Valentine’s Day. In preparing for these meals, restaurant workers will be working very hard and have a greater likelihood of being injured. The (more…)
Bryan Ramos, managing partner at the Ramos Law Firm, has been named to the Board of Directors for The Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia. The 2011 Board was inducted on (more…)
In the event of a compensable injury that results in the death of an employee, the employer is responsible for burial expenses (not to exceed $7,500). If the Employee has “dependents” who are completely dependent upon the employee’s wages for support at the time of the injury, those dependents are eligible for compensation. This is true whether (more…)