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November, 2011:

Do I need to file a workers’ compensation claim?

If you have been hurt on the job in Georgia, we recommend you report it to your supervisor as soon as possible.  Even the most minor accidents may end up costing the injured worker time and medical expenses.  Generally, your employer has paid for workers’ compensation insurance in the event that (more…)

Bailey Granted Scholarship to Attend Association of Legal Administrators Regional Conference

November 4-5, 2011 – Charlotte, NC: Gail Bailey, Firm Administrator at the Ramos Law Firm, was granted a scholarship to attend the Association of Legal Administrator’s Regional Conference in Charlotte, NC.

Ramos Selected To Serve on Educational Panel at John Marshall’s Law School Seminar

November 3, 2011 – Atlanta, GA :  Bryan Ramos, attorney at the Ramos Law Firm, was invited to serve on a continuing legal educational panel at the John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia.  The seminar was titled, “Solo Practitioner Boot Camp”.  The educational panel was designed to provide law students and practicing attorneys guidance as to starting, managing, and sustaining a “solo” practice.

Workers’ Compensation Doctors. What’s the deal?

If you have been injured on the job, the treating physician has been selected for you by the workers’ compensation insurance company.   It is not uncommon for these physicians to communicate with the (more…)