• How to Improve Your Settlement with Mediation - Georgia Workers' Compensation

    Mediation is a time for all the parties to a case to meet together with a neutral 3rd party professionally trained mediator to try to get your case settled. It usually takes place either at the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation, or at the office of the mediator. Who is going to be there? Usually it's: You and your lawyer, Insurance company lawyer, The mediator Sometimes, an insurance company adjuster or a representative from the employer will be there, but not usually. What's the role of the mediator? (Their role is that of a neutral third party. He or she doesn't have a dog in the fight so to speak. They are not your friend, but they are not the friend of the other side either. They will frequently say they are the friend of the deal. They're just trying to get the c...

    published: 01 Jul 2013
  • Tips on Settlement with Ongoing Medical Problems - Georgia Workers' Compensation

    Sometimes a client will say, Mr. Keener, I want to settle my Georgia Workers' Compensation case but I can't because I'm still having medical problems. My reply to that is this; if you were not having any medical problems, or you were not expected to have any medical problems in the future. Or, if your medical problems were not affecting your ability to earn money now or in the future, guess how much your case would be worth. Zero. The only reason the insurance company will ever pay to settle a workers compensation case is to relieve themselves of the financial exposure associated with your case. And, the more clearly the insurance company recognizes their financial exposure on your case, the more they will pay to settle your case. If you have a medical problem that is not well docume...

    published: 30 Apr 2013
  • How We Calculate the Settlement Value of Your Georgia Workers' Compensation Case

    published: 30 Jan 2014
  • $50K Settlement for Concussion Injury (Traumatic Brain Injury) | Georgia Car Accident Attorney

    Car Accident & Head Injury Attorney in Douglasville, Georgia 770-577-3020 http://www.douglasvilleaccidentattorney.com Our client, Ronnie, suffered a concussion from his auto accident in Georgia. Typically, an insurance company will offer a very low settlement amount for a concussion, because concussions generally don't cause life-lasting repercussions. However, Ronnie was a different case. At first, Ronnie treated with the Chiropractor for his soft tissue (whiplash and back problems) injuries, which eventually healed. Ronnie also suffered migraines, frequently. His treatment with the chiropractor was not helping his migraines go away. At first, Ronnie was not going to get a lawyer, but because the insurance company wasn't going to give him a fair amount, he finally decided to get help...

    published: 03 Jan 2014
  • $200,000 Herniated Disc Settlement for Georgia Car Accident Victim | Douglasville Accident Attorney

    Georgia Car Accident & Personal Injury Attorney 770-577-3020 http://www.douglasvilleaccidentattorney.com Our client Mark, was a hard-working young man who moved furniture for a living, and was able to pay his bills. But when another driver hit Mark and crashed his car, Mark was unable to lift heavy objects or move around like he used to because of all the pain and stiffness. Mark came to see James Murphy at his law office in Douglasville. We wanted to help Mark get back on his feet again, and help him with his case. First Mark went to a physical therapist for his neck and back problems, but even after intense treatment, he was not getting better. Then we referred Mark to an orthopedic surgeon who was able to diagnose Mark by means of an MRI. Mark had a herniated disc. The surgeon reco...

    published: 20 Nov 2013
  • Settlement Valuation in Georgia Workers Compensation

    "How do you evaluate a Georgia workers' compensation case for settlement?" I get this question several times a week from potential clients. And here's what I tell these callers. As discussed in this video, I can't give you a dollar figure until I "look under the hood" of your case. I need to know more about you, your medical records, the nature of your injury and what type of medical care you will require in the future. More specifically, the factors that play the biggest role in my evaluation of your case for settlement include: - your weekly wage payment amount - how much have you received so far and what is the likelihood that you will remain in "off work" status - your medical record and the likely future cost of on-going medical care - your permanent impairment rating as calcula...

    published: 19 May 2014
  • Twin Rotor Helicopter And Roosevelt Visits New Settlement At Georgia (1936)

    Title Missing. Location unknown, possibly France. Various shots of a twin rotor helicopter style contraption or Gyroplane being tested. Slows shots of the rotors turning, pan down to show pilot in his seat. Shots of the coptor as it takes off and comes back to earth. Item ends at 01:15:41 United States of America (USA) Various farm shots at new settlement. Chickens being feed. Cows outside barn. Men looking over vegetable crop. Crowds of local people come to see arrival of car. American President Franklin D Roosevelt speaks to crowd from car. Livestock Show at Minnesota, USA. Cows are paraded. VS prize winning cows and sheep. Various shots of winter horse racing at Santa Anita race course in California. N.B. Item found in Unidentified Gazettes reel. May be missing...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • Settlement Formula to Calculate How Much Your Georgia Personal Injury Case is Worth?

    Douglasville, Georgia Personal Injury Attorney 770-577-3020 http://www.douglasvilleaccidentattorney.com Many years ago, there might have been a formula attorneys and insurance companies could use to calculate how much a personal injury case was worth in Georgia. However today, both attorneys and insurance companies are looking at what local cases have settled for, or what local juries have awarded personal injury cases. After consulting with a Georgia attorney near your area, and discussing the facts of your case, along with looking at the police report, any medical bills compiled so far, and the extent of your injuries, an attorney will be able to get a better estimate. It isn't based on a formula, rather it is based on experience. Call for a free consultation for your Georgia car acc...

    published: 24 Oct 2013
  • Maximizing Your Workers' Compensation Settlement

    Have you been injured on the job and want to know how to maximize your settlement, Hi, I’m Chris Hudson, come join me while I share this information. Settlement of a workers’ compensation claim is completely voluntary for both the employee and the employer/insurer. However, In most cases, the employer/insurer does want to settle your claim and you can maximize the settlement value of your claim by doing the following: First, hire an attorney who regularly practices in the area of workers’ compensation. There are numerous attorneys in my hometown, Augusta, who advertise that they handle workers’ compensation. However, I only know of a few attorneys including myself in this area regularly handle workers compensation claims. This are is a very complex body of laws and regulations, and yo...

    published: 18 Nov 2014
  • President of Georgia attended opening of a new IDP settlement

    President of Georgia attended opening of a new IDP settlement A new settlement for IDPs from Georgia`s occupied regions has been opened in Poti today. 32 new blocks of apartments are equipped with all necessary communications and supported by modern infrastructure. The construction of the settlement was funded by the government of Georgia and the European Union. It took the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development a whole year to construct the settlement of refugees. Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili and the Minister of IDPs Koba Subeliani congratulated the IDPs on being presented with new houses, which have been handed over to them as their property.

    published: 17 Oct 2011
  • Georgia, South Ossetia talks on conflict settlement

    SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia - 27 December 2005 1. Wide shot of Russian Foreign Ministry building, venue of Georgian-South Ossetian talks 2. Delegations greeting each other at negotiation table 3. Georgy Khaindrava, Georgian Minister for Conflict Resolution, seated at table 4. Pan of negotiators seated at table 5. Cameramen 6. Wide shot of negotiators press briefing 7. SOUNDBITE (Russian): Boris Chochiyev, Chief Negotiator from South Ossetian delegation: "We have reliable information that the Georgian leadership had a discussion recently about carrying out a series of terrorist actions on the territory of South Ossetia during the coming New Year holiday season through January 15." 8. Various of journalists taking notes 9. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Georgy Khaindrava, Georgian Minister fo...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Crown Immigration Georgia, Georgia Visa, Georgia TRC

    Satish Kumar Bhargava, Director M/S Crown Immigration Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd SCF-10, Urban Estate, Phase-1, Jalandhar, Punjab (India) 144001 Georgia E-Visa in just 5 days, Study in Georgia, MBBS in Georgia, Georgia TRC, Georgia PR, Refugee or Humanitarian status in Georgia, how to apply refugee in Georgia, Asylum or Refugee of Georgia, C1 Visa Georgia/Tourist Visa, C2 Visa Georgia/to meet relative friends , C3 Visa Georgia/Business Visa, C4 visa Georgia/Sports, culture other activities in Georgia, D1 visa Georgia – work Permit, D2 Visa Georgia/ Investment in Georgian, D3 visa Georgia – Student/Study Visa, D4 visa Georgia- family reunion case. Evisa Georgia with very reason price, Start business in Georgia, Purchase agriculture land in Georgia, Sell agriculture land in Georgia, Bu...

    published: 03 Nov 2015
  • The Truth About Insurance Companies and Quick Settlement Offers for Your Car Accident in Georgia

    770-577-3020 Georgia Auto Accident Lawsuit and Settlement Attorney http://murphylawyer.com Transcript: "The Truth About Insurance Companies and Quick Settlements Hi, I'm Georgia Attorney James Murphy. If you've been involved in a car accident, and you're dealing with the insurance companies, I want to tell you a great way insurance companies go about saving thousands of dollars every year to settle your personal injury claim. The insurance adjuster will want to talk to you about your injuries.They'll want to know if you're undergoing medical care, if you went to the hospital, or maybe you need surgery as a result of that injury from that accident. Why? They want to know what their risk is from a financial standpoint, and if they are ultimately going to have to pay you on a liability cla...

    published: 08 Feb 2013
  • What Every Injured Worker Ought To Know About Surveillance - Georgia Workers' Compensation

    Attorney Russell Keener talks about Surveillance in a Georgia Workers' Compensation case... If you've been injured on the job, sometimes the insurance company will hire a private investigator to watch you. What they want to do is try to catch you doing something your doctor told you not to do or something you told your doctor you couldn't do. A video of you doing something you told your doctor you could not do is damning to your case. Surveillance is most commonly ordered when a hearing or settlement mediation is approaching. Most of my clients think they would know if they were being "watched." That's not my experienced. Private investigators are trained to watch you and not let you know you are being watched. At your deposition you will frequently be asked who lives with you, y...

    published: 06 Mar 2013
  • Paying for Senior Care with a Life Settlement - Georgia Life Settlements

    Faced with the cost of senior care, we know you need options. A life settlement can help pay for long-term care or other critical needs through Life Care Funding. Determining your eligibility is fast and free at Georgia Life Settlements: http://www.georgialifesettlements.com/

    published: 16 Mar 2015
  • Predatory Lending: Georgia Settlement with Fleet Finance

    WSB-TV Channel 2 Action News, Atlanta,, December 15, 1993: Video - Action News consumer investigative reporter Patrick Crosby tells the story of The Rothbloom Law Firm clients Vivian and Greggory Johnson victimized by Fleet Finance in a 29.35% APR mortgage regarding a possible settlement by the Georgia Attorney General and the Georgia Office of Consumer Affairs with the company. The settlement would roll back interest rates on mortgages of more than 21% interest.

    published: 24 Apr 2010
How to Improve Your Settlement with Mediation - Georgia Workers' Compensation

How to Improve Your Settlement with Mediation - Georgia Workers' Compensation

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Mediation is a time for all the parties to a case to meet together with a neutral 3rd party professionally trained mediator to try to get your case settled. It usually takes place either at the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation, or at the office of the mediator. Who is going to be there? Usually it's: You and your lawyer, Insurance company lawyer, The mediator Sometimes, an insurance company adjuster or a representative from the employer will be there, but not usually. What's the role of the mediator? (Their role is that of a neutral third party. He or she doesn't have a dog in the fight so to speak. They are not your friend, but they are not the friend of the other side either. They will frequently say they are the friend of the deal. They're just trying to get the case settled. That's their job.) What's your role at the mediation? Are you going to have to talk? Don't worry about that. With the right lawyer, most clients are happy to know they won't have to say a word. If you are not comfortable talking about your case and don't know how to express all the issues, don't worry, that's why you picked out an experienced lawyer. An experienced lawyer will be very familiar with your case and very familiar with the laws that apply to your case. If you do want to say something, that's probably ok too. You're just going to want to talk about it with your lawyer before you do. You don't want to accidentally say something that could wreck your case. At the beginning of mediation all the parties will come together in the same room. They'll basically introduce themselves and say hello. The facts of your case may be discussed at that time in the group meeting or the lawyers may have already provided a case summary to the mediator. After the initial meeting the parties will generally break up into two separate rooms. One with you and your lawyer, and a completely different room with the other parties. After that the mediator will walk back and forth between the rooms discussing the good and bad parts of your case and conveying settlement offers back and forth between the parties. Don't worry if you think the mediation is getting off to a slow start. There is usually a certain amount of jockeying or posturing at the beginning of the mediation until both sides settle into the real negotiations later on. There are lots of different mediation strategies and an experienced lawyer will help you choose the one that is best for your particular case. Also, please realize that during the mediation you will have plenty of private time with your lawyer where the two of you can discuss what's going on and what strategy to use to get you the very best settlement possible. At the end of the mediation your case will have either settle or not. If you do get your case settled, you'll probably have your money within about 30 days. On the other hand, if it doesn't settle, your case just continues on as though the mediation never happened. A mediation is usually the very best opportunity for all the parties to come together to try to get your case settled. You need to realize that in order to get the most value for your case, there will be good and bad times during your case to seek a mediation. It's important to have an experienced lawyer help you figure out the very best time to mediate your case. If you and your lawyer have chosen the very best time to mediate your case and you've chosen an experienced lawyer to build and present your case, you'll stand the very best opportunity to have your case settled for the most value. Be sure you have a lawyer representing you with plenty of mediation experience. You'll likely only get one chance to get it right. So you're going to want to make it count. Russell Keener KeenerLaw.com 770-955-3000 Helping the Injured and Disabled for over 22 years.
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Tips on Settlement with Ongoing Medical Problems - Georgia Workers' Compensation

Tips on Settlement with Ongoing Medical Problems - Georgia Workers' Compensation

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Sometimes a client will say, Mr. Keener, I want to settle my Georgia Workers' Compensation case but I can't because I'm still having medical problems. My reply to that is this; if you were not having any medical problems, or you were not expected to have any medical problems in the future. Or, if your medical problems were not affecting your ability to earn money now or in the future, guess how much your case would be worth. Zero. The only reason the insurance company will ever pay to settle a workers compensation case is to relieve themselves of the financial exposure associated with your case. And, the more clearly the insurance company recognizes their financial exposure on your case, the more they will pay to settle your case. If you have a medical problem that is not well documented, as far as the insurance company is concerned, it doesn't exist and they are not going to pay you for it. When you visit your doctor, it is critically important that your doctor write into his medical records all of your problems. He or she can only do that if they are aware of your medical problems. I tell my clients that when they go to see the doctor make a list of all your medical problems in advance so when you get to your doctor's appointment you don't forget to talk with your doctor about a problem you are having and then all your medical problems get written into the doctor's records. It's a win/win situation... when your doctor understands ALL of your medical problems can he or she prescribe a treatment plan to address all of the medical issues you have suffered from your job injury. When your medical records reflect the full extent of all the medical issues you are having from your job injury, the insurance company will be in the best position possible to accurately evaluate your case and settle your case for full value. Trust me, the insurance company will not help you understand the full extent of your medical issues and will frequently even block your ability to see a doctor or get objective testing so that those other issues are not included in the value of your settlement. Don't let that happen to you. Make sure that before your case is settled, all of your medical issues are fully documented. Doctors are busy and frequently this takes multiple communications with the doctor to make sure all of your issues are fully documented and fully identified as being related to your original job injury.
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How We Calculate the Settlement Value of Your Georgia Workers' Compensation Case

How We Calculate the Settlement Value of Your Georgia Workers' Compensation Case

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$50K Settlement for Concussion Injury (Traumatic Brain Injury) | Georgia Car Accident Attorney

$50K Settlement for Concussion Injury (Traumatic Brain Injury) | Georgia Car Accident Attorney

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Car Accident & Head Injury Attorney in Douglasville, Georgia 770-577-3020 http://www.douglasvilleaccidentattorney.com Our client, Ronnie, suffered a concussion from his auto accident in Georgia. Typically, an insurance company will offer a very low settlement amount for a concussion, because concussions generally don't cause life-lasting repercussions. However, Ronnie was a different case. At first, Ronnie treated with the Chiropractor for his soft tissue (whiplash and back problems) injuries, which eventually healed. Ronnie also suffered migraines, frequently. His treatment with the chiropractor was not helping his migraines go away. At first, Ronnie was not going to get a lawyer, but because the insurance company wasn't going to give him a fair amount, he finally decided to get help. He called James Murphy, an attorney at Murphy Law Firm in Douglasville, GA. James recommended he get checked out by a doctor for his migraines, so we helped him get to a neurologist. The neurologist diagnosed the issue Ronnie was having, and told the court that there was a good chance that Ronnie's concussion would have life-long effects, and that he could possibly have the migraines for the rest of his life. We were able to settle Ronnie's case for $50,000. If you hire us as your law firm, we can't guarantee that we will be able to get you the same settlement amount, because each case is different. BUT we can promise that we will fight for you just as hard as we fought for Ronnie, and try and get you the maximum amount of compensation available to you for your Georgia auto accident. Law Office: 8302 Office Park Drive, Douglasville GA 30134 Transcript: You know, you generally feel pretty safe when you are in a big pickup truck driving down a country road in Douglas County. And Ronnie felt safe on the morning he was going to work, no traffic on the road, but when a teenage kid turned out of a convenient store, and T-boned him on his drivers side. There wasn't a thing Ronnie could do to protect himself. Fortunately Ronnie had his seat belt on, but the unfortunate thing was that he hit his head on the window on the drivers side. When he went to the emergency room, the doctor said he had a concussion. After that, Ronnie tried to get on with his life, saw the chiropractor, had some adjustments, and was generally feeling ok in his neck and back. But the problem was, his headaches didn't seem to want to go away. Ronnie didn't want to talk to a lawyer, but as the statute of limitations started to approach, he came in to see me. We were able to file suit, and fortunately Ronnie got to see a neurologist that was able to treat him and determine that the headaches he was experiencing were migraine headaches that were related to the car accident. Before Ronnie saw the neurologist, the insurance company was offering a very small amount of money on his case and it didn't make sense for Ronnie to settle. It took almost 4 years for Ronnie to document the injuries and to fully understand what was happening to him. We settled the case for close to $50,000. I can't guarantee you a result like this in your case, but if you come to see me before you settle with the insurance company, I can give you advice about what may be the best course to take. Please be advised that this video is not legal advice. I'm not your lawyer until you and I enter a written agreement for me to be your lawyer. I know the arguments the insurance company will make - and so should you - even before you file your claim. I can offer suggestions and identify traps, but please do not construe anything in this video to be legal advice about your case, as each case is different and an attorney can only give you quality legal advice when he or she understands the facts involved in your case.
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$200,000 Herniated Disc Settlement for Georgia Car Accident Victim | Douglasville Accident Attorney

$200,000 Herniated Disc Settlement for Georgia Car Accident Victim | Douglasville Accident Attorney

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Georgia Car Accident & Personal Injury Attorney 770-577-3020 http://www.douglasvilleaccidentattorney.com Our client Mark, was a hard-working young man who moved furniture for a living, and was able to pay his bills. But when another driver hit Mark and crashed his car, Mark was unable to lift heavy objects or move around like he used to because of all the pain and stiffness. Mark came to see James Murphy at his law office in Douglasville. We wanted to help Mark get back on his feet again, and help him with his case. First Mark went to a physical therapist for his neck and back problems, but even after intense treatment, he was not getting better. Then we referred Mark to an orthopedic surgeon who was able to diagnose Mark by means of an MRI. Mark had a herniated disc. The surgeon recommended surgery. Yet, there was no guarantee that the surgery would help Mark. We helped Mark through these difficult decisions, and eventually Mark got the surgery. We are happy to say that the surgery was successful and Mark is on his way to recovery. Murphy Law Firm, LLC: 8302 Office Park Drive, Douglasville GA 30134 Please be advised that there is no guarantee that we can receive the same result for you and your accident case. Every case is different. We do, however, promise to fight to get you the best settlement available. This video is not meant to be legal advice. I'm not your lawyer until you and I enter a written agreement for me to be your lawyer. I know the arguments the insurance company will make - and so should you - even before you file your claim. I can offer suggestions and identify traps, but please do not construe anything in this video to be legal advice about your case, as each case is different and an attorney can only give you quality legal advice when he or she understands the facts involved in your case.
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Settlement Valuation in Georgia Workers Compensation

Settlement Valuation in Georgia Workers Compensation

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"How do you evaluate a Georgia workers' compensation case for settlement?" I get this question several times a week from potential clients. And here's what I tell these callers. As discussed in this video, I can't give you a dollar figure until I "look under the hood" of your case. I need to know more about you, your medical records, the nature of your injury and what type of medical care you will require in the future. More specifically, the factors that play the biggest role in my evaluation of your case for settlement include: - your weekly wage payment amount - how much have you received so far and what is the likelihood that you will remain in "off work" status - your medical record and the likely future cost of on-going medical care - your permanent impairment rating as calculated by your doctor You and I will thoroughly discuss each of these factors and several others. Most importantly, you will be involved in the case valuation decision every step of the way. Want to know more about Georgia workers' compensation settlements? Visit my web page at http://www.georgia-workers-compensation.com/settlements/how-much-is-my-case-worth/. And I invite you to call me or email if you have questions about your case. Jodi Brenner Ginsberg Ginsberg Law Offices Georgia Workers Compensation Law 770-351-0801
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Twin Rotor Helicopter And Roosevelt Visits New Settlement At Georgia (1936)

Twin Rotor Helicopter And Roosevelt Visits New Settlement At Georgia (1936)

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Title Missing. Location unknown, possibly France. Various shots of a twin rotor helicopter style contraption or Gyroplane being tested. Slows shots of the rotors turning, pan down to show pilot in his seat. Shots of the coptor as it takes off and comes back to earth. Item ends at 01:15:41 United States of America (USA) Various farm shots at new settlement. Chickens being feed. Cows outside barn. Men looking over vegetable crop. Crowds of local people come to see arrival of car. American President Franklin D Roosevelt speaks to crowd from car. Livestock Show at Minnesota, USA. Cows are paraded. VS prize winning cows and sheep. Various shots of winter horse racing at Santa Anita race course in California. N.B. Item found in Unidentified Gazettes reel. May be missing items from 36/4. FILM ID:1903.13 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Settlement Formula to Calculate How Much Your Georgia Personal Injury Case is Worth?

Settlement Formula to Calculate How Much Your Georgia Personal Injury Case is Worth?

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Douglasville, Georgia Personal Injury Attorney 770-577-3020 http://www.douglasvilleaccidentattorney.com Many years ago, there might have been a formula attorneys and insurance companies could use to calculate how much a personal injury case was worth in Georgia. However today, both attorneys and insurance companies are looking at what local cases have settled for, or what local juries have awarded personal injury cases. After consulting with a Georgia attorney near your area, and discussing the facts of your case, along with looking at the police report, any medical bills compiled so far, and the extent of your injuries, an attorney will be able to get a better estimate. It isn't based on a formula, rather it is based on experience. Call for a free consultation for your Georgia car accident. Law Office: 8302 Office Park Drive, Douglasville GA 30134 Please be advised that this video is not legal advice. I'm not your lawyer until you and I enter a written agreement for me to be your lawyer. I know the arguments the insurance company will make - and so should you - even before you file your claim. I can offer suggestions and identify traps, but please do not construe anything in this video to be legal advice about your case, as each case is different and an attorney can only give you quality legal advice when he or she understands the facts involved in your case.
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Maximizing Your Workers' Compensation Settlement

Maximizing Your Workers' Compensation Settlement

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Have you been injured on the job and want to know how to maximize your settlement, Hi, I’m Chris Hudson, come join me while I share this information. Settlement of a workers’ compensation claim is completely voluntary for both the employee and the employer/insurer. However, In most cases, the employer/insurer does want to settle your claim and you can maximize the settlement value of your claim by doing the following: First, hire an attorney who regularly practices in the area of workers’ compensation. There are numerous attorneys in my hometown, Augusta, who advertise that they handle workers’ compensation. However, I only know of a few attorneys including myself in this area regularly handle workers compensation claims. This are is a very complex body of laws and regulations, and you don’t want an attorney who doing on the job training with your case. Second, don’t settle until you have reached MMI and know the extent of your future treatment. MMI means you have reached a plateau in your medical condition. Finally, you must have an objective impairment rating to calculate your future entitlement to permanent partial disability benefits. Sometimes I send my clients to a second opinion doctor to make sure your rating is fair. I am one of the few attorneys in this area who regularly practice workers compensation across Georgia. I have written a book and numerous articles on this area of the law. If you wish to speak to me personally to discuss your case or for a second opinion, contact me today.
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President of Georgia attended opening of a new IDP settlement

President of Georgia attended opening of a new IDP settlement

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President of Georgia attended opening of a new IDP settlement A new settlement for IDPs from Georgia`s occupied regions has been opened in Poti today. 32 new blocks of apartments are equipped with all necessary communications and supported by modern infrastructure. The construction of the settlement was funded by the government of Georgia and the European Union. It took the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development a whole year to construct the settlement of refugees. Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili and the Minister of IDPs Koba Subeliani congratulated the IDPs on being presented with new houses, which have been handed over to them as their property.
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Georgia, South Ossetia talks on conflict settlement

Georgia, South Ossetia talks on conflict settlement

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SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia - 27 December 2005 1. Wide shot of Russian Foreign Ministry building, venue of Georgian-South Ossetian talks 2. Delegations greeting each other at negotiation table 3. Georgy Khaindrava, Georgian Minister for Conflict Resolution, seated at table 4. Pan of negotiators seated at table 5. Cameramen 6. Wide shot of negotiators press briefing 7. SOUNDBITE (Russian): Boris Chochiyev, Chief Negotiator from South Ossetian delegation: "We have reliable information that the Georgian leadership had a discussion recently about carrying out a series of terrorist actions on the territory of South Ossetia during the coming New Year holiday season through January 15." 8. Various of journalists taking notes 9. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Georgy Khaindrava, Georgian Minister for Conflict Resolution: "If the hardware and illegal military units and air force are not withdrawn from the zone by February 10, we will raise the issue of ending the (Russian) peacekeeping operation on Georgian territory." FILE Near border between Georgia and South Ossetia - 1991 11. Various of fighting on border separating Georgia from South Ossetia FILE Georgian-South Ossetian border - 3 June 2004 12. Various of Georgian tanks coming into South Ossetia 13. Various of the checkpoint on the border FILE Tskhinvali, South Ossetia - 3 June 2004 14. Various of government building in Tskhinvali STORYLINE Negotiators met in Moscow on Tuesday to discuss new initiatives to resolve the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. The Joint Control Committee on conflict resolution is responsible for monitoring and implementing the 1992 Georgian-South Ossetian ceasefire. The JCC comprises of representatives from Georgia, Russia, South Ossetia and Russia's republic of North Ossetia. The province of South Ossetia seeks greater independence from Georgia. The armed conflict regained strength when Mikhail Saakashvili replaced Eduard Shevardnadze as Georgian president and expressed a renewed interest in reintegrating the country's separatist regions. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b4398a76fac9237dfc5663e61cb8e9a4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Crown Immigration Georgia, Georgia Visa, Georgia TRC

Crown Immigration Georgia, Georgia Visa, Georgia TRC

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Satish Kumar Bhargava, Director M/S Crown Immigration Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd SCF-10, Urban Estate, Phase-1, Jalandhar, Punjab (India) 144001 Georgia E-Visa in just 5 days, Study in Georgia, MBBS in Georgia, Georgia TRC, Georgia PR, Refugee or Humanitarian status in Georgia, how to apply refugee in Georgia, Asylum or Refugee of Georgia, C1 Visa Georgia/Tourist Visa, C2 Visa Georgia/to meet relative friends , C3 Visa Georgia/Business Visa, C4 visa Georgia/Sports, culture other activities in Georgia, D1 visa Georgia – work Permit, D2 Visa Georgia/ Investment in Georgian, D3 visa Georgia – Student/Study Visa, D4 visa Georgia- family reunion case. Evisa Georgia with very reason price, Start business in Georgia, Purchase agriculture land in Georgia, Sell agriculture land in Georgia, Buy apartment in Georgia, investment sectors in Georgia. Any type of Georgia visa problem contact us Crown Immigration Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd - Jalandhar - Whatsup/Vibre/Mobile +919780563753, skype crowngroups, email cicsgroups@gmail.com, Karnal(Haryana) +919996386534, Moga +9198760-84401, Patiala +919781146821, Barnala +918283817444, Delhi +919599334053, Armenia – Whatsup/Vibre /Mobile - +37498303415, Mobile +37443100387
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The Truth About Insurance Companies and Quick Settlement Offers for Your Car Accident in Georgia

The Truth About Insurance Companies and Quick Settlement Offers for Your Car Accident in Georgia

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770-577-3020 Georgia Auto Accident Lawsuit and Settlement Attorney http://murphylawyer.com Transcript: "The Truth About Insurance Companies and Quick Settlements Hi, I'm Georgia Attorney James Murphy. If you've been involved in a car accident, and you're dealing with the insurance companies, I want to tell you a great way insurance companies go about saving thousands of dollars every year to settle your personal injury claim. The insurance adjuster will want to talk to you about your injuries.They'll want to know if you're undergoing medical care, if you went to the hospital, or maybe you need surgery as a result of that injury from that accident. Why? They want to know what their risk is from a financial standpoint, and if they are ultimately going to have to pay you on a liability claim on your injuries. They want to know, "Hey, maybe we can offer a quick settlement to resolve this case." Many time insurance companies feel that if they have liability with substantial damages, they'll send you a nice big check, and you'll think, 'Wow! That's pretty good", and you may cash it. Once you do that, you're effectively giving up your right to a lawsuit, and to seek compensation for more than what the insurance company is offering you. That's one way the insurance company saves thousands of dollars in settling your case, without you asking for a dime. Shortly after the accident, you may not know the extent of your injuries, which could be permanent. You may not know whether you'll need surgery in the future, or what type of on-going physical therapy you'll need. As a result, you'll think you won't need these treatments. You'll see that nice big check in front of you, and you'll want to cash it. My advice is never cash the settlement check without speaking to an experienced attorney, and find out if this is the right thing for you. In some cases it might be. In other cases you might find that the settlement offer is totally inappropriate for the injuries you suffered in that accident. Call me. I can answer your legal questions, and thank you for watching. Law Office: 8302 Office Park Drive, Douglasville GA 30134 Please be advised that this video is not legal advice. I'm not your lawyer until you and I enter a written agreement for me to be your lawyer. I know the arguments the insurance company will make - and so should you - even before you file your claim. I can offer suggestions and identify traps, but please do not construe anything in this video to be legal advice about your case, as each case is different and an attorney can only give you quality legal advice when he or she understands the facts involved in your case.
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What Every Injured Worker Ought To Know About Surveillance - Georgia Workers' Compensation

What Every Injured Worker Ought To Know About Surveillance - Georgia Workers' Compensation

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Attorney Russell Keener talks about Surveillance in a Georgia Workers' Compensation case... If you've been injured on the job, sometimes the insurance company will hire a private investigator to watch you. What they want to do is try to catch you doing something your doctor told you not to do or something you told your doctor you couldn't do. A video of you doing something you told your doctor you could not do is damning to your case. Surveillance is most commonly ordered when a hearing or settlement mediation is approaching. Most of my clients think they would know if they were being "watched." That's not my experienced. Private investigators are trained to watch you and not let you know you are being watched. At your deposition you will frequently be asked who lives with you, your height, weight, etc., so they can pass that information to the private investigator so they make sure they get the right person. Private investigators need an opportunity to "pick you up." That's what they call it when they start following you. Commonly they will do this at your house or at your doctor's visit. Because the insurance company knows when you will have a doctor's appointment it is easy for them to tell the private investigator where and when they will be able to find you. Knowing where and when you will be somewhere is critical to the investigator. I have twice known a private investigator to sit in the parking lot outside my office during a deposition in order to follow my client when they leave. Once an investigator even went inside a doctor's office and sat in the waiting room with my client trying to get some "dirt" on her. But, usually they will try to pick you up at your home. Frequently they will park down the street and just watch your house. You do not want to be out in the yard doing yard work if your doctor told you not to. Taking out the trash is another investigator favorite. They want to "catch" you taking out the trash when you have lifting restrictions and "assume" it must have been over the doctor's prescribed limits. Doctors do not like to see you doing things on a video you previously told them you could not do. I have seen a doctor turn on a patient and dismiss them to full duty with no restrictions based on a video. Never mind whether you were having a "good day" or had just taken your pain medication. Clients frequently need to be reminded of the potential for surveillance and be cautious. This does not mean you have to go through life paranoid that someone is always following you. But, you do need to be mindful of the possibility and be careful to follow your doctor's instructions. If you suspect you are being watched by an investigator the best advice I can give is to just stay inside. They will eventually get tired and go away. Sometimes they may continue to watch your house for 3 days. If you see a suspicious car in your neighborhood, you should call the police and ask that a patrol car come by and check it out. However, sometimes when the police show up and talk to the person in the car, it if's an investigator, they will just leave and say nothing to you. Don't think you can hide in your backyard either. Investigators frequently go onto your neighbor's property in order to get a good view of your backyard. Again, don't go through life paranoid, but be mindful that surveillance is a tool the insurance company can and may use against you. Visit us online at http://KeenerLaw.com
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Paying for Senior Care with a Life Settlement - Georgia Life Settlements

Paying for Senior Care with a Life Settlement - Georgia Life Settlements

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Faced with the cost of senior care, we know you need options. A life settlement can help pay for long-term care or other critical needs through Life Care Funding. Determining your eligibility is fast and free at Georgia Life Settlements: http://www.georgialifesettlements.com/
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Predatory Lending: Georgia Settlement with Fleet Finance

Predatory Lending: Georgia Settlement with Fleet Finance

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WSB-TV Channel 2 Action News, Atlanta,, December 15, 1993: Video - Action News consumer investigative reporter Patrick Crosby tells the story of The Rothbloom Law Firm clients Vivian and Greggory Johnson victimized by Fleet Finance in a 29.35% APR mortgage regarding a possible settlement by the Georgia Attorney General and the Georgia Office of Consumer Affairs with the company. The settlement would roll back interest rates on mortgages of more than 21% interest.
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