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June, 2011:

Cagle’s to Close Pine Mountain Facility

Poultry workers employed at Cagle’s may be faced with added problems as Cagle’s will eliminate 300 positions at its Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia facility.  It is uncertain if these (more…)

What is a “workers’ compensation mediation?”

Generally, a mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution.  The idea centers around the parties’ interest in finding a solution to the issue before the court, tribunal, or worker’s compensation board.  This process (more…)

Bryan Ramos named one of the 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia

Georgia Asian Times has released its 6th edition of the 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia. Among the names is our founder and managing partner, Bryan Ramos.

You can read the article and bio(s) here.

There will be a dinner to honor all recipients on July 14 at Nam Phuong.

Congratulations to Bryan!

Hearing loss due to job duties

In situations where an employee becomes deaf or suffers an occupational hearing loss, recovery under the workers’ compensation act can be tough.  The statute governing such claims are very technical.  For example, an employee (more…)