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[VIDEO] If You Don’t File a Workers’ Compensation Claim Will You Stay Employed?

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[VIDEO] If You Don’t File a Workers’ Compensation Claim Will You Stay Employed?

Hi, I’m Attorney Andre’ Ramsay, your workers compensation attorney. I get asked this question all the time.”Can my employer fire me?” The answer, absolutely yes.

Georgia is an at-will State, so your employer can fire you for any or no reason at all.tweet

I’ve had one client who was terminated because she simply went to the restroom. Had another client that was terminated because he showed up one minute late.
You will find that the employer-employee relationship changes when you get injured at work. It matters not whether you filed your workers compensation claim or not. So don’t think because you do not follow workers compensation claim that they’ll keep you employed.

You need to be protected. Do not do this alone. Let us help you. Again, my name is Andre’ Ramsay and I’m the lawyer for the everyday worker. Contact us today.

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