By Paul L. Jenkins, Esq.
In recent months, our country has seen historic levels of job loss amidst a raging pandemic, which has threatened the economic security of working-class Americans in ways not seen since the Great Depression. For some, losing their jobs is just the beginning, and calling social security disability attorneys might be higher up on the To-Do List than anticipated.
Most workers’ compensation lawyers will tell you that one of the biggest mistakes an injured worker can make is agreeing to treat at an occupational health clinic. In Georgia, numerous health clinics present themselves as experts or specialists in occupational medicine. Some of these clinics include:
- Concentra (a.k.a. Concentra Medical Center, Concentra Occupational Health,
- and Concentra Urgent Care);
- S. HealthWorks;
- Nova(a.k.a. Nova Medical Center);
- Caduceus (a.k.a. Caduceus Occupational Medicine and Caduceus USA); and
- Occupational HealthworX.
As you can well imagine, being struck from the rear is a common occurrence when driving around metro Atlanta. Just look to your right and your left, your review mirror, or at the car immediately in front of you and chances are you won’t see anyone adhering to the old admonition of leaving one car space for every 10 mph of speed. Following too closely to the car ahead of reduces the time you have to react when you see brake lights and be able to stop in time to avoid rear-ending them. With the high risk for car accidents in Atlanta, it’s a good idea to have personal injury attorneys you trust.
The Truth About Low-Speed, Rear-Impact Collisions and Bodily Injuries