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2023 Georgia Legislative Session Starting to Take Shape

» Posted March 21, 2023Nathan C. LevyArticles

In varying degrees, our Legislature seems to bring about some modifications to 34-9 annually and 2023 looks to be no exception

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Do Not Let A Simple Change In Name Invalidate Your Panel

» Posted March 13, 2023Tina M. Trunzo LuteArticles, Newsletters

As all of you are aware, the importance of Employers in the state of Georgia having a properly posted panel of physicians cannot be understated.

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Karen Gibson Named Partner at Levy, Sibley, Foreman & Speir

» Posted February 15, 2023Karen J. GibsonArticles

The firm is pleased to announce that Karen Gibson has been named Partner with Levy, Sibley, Foreman & Speir, LLC.

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Reminder of July 1, 2022 Changes In Indemnity and Dependency Spousal Caps

» Posted June 29, 2022Newsletters

Just a reminder that effective Friday, we have newly established caps for TTD, TPD, PPD and the maximums for Spousal dependency benefits of sole primary beneficiary. 

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Join Us For A Workers' Compensation Educational Seminar

» Posted June 8, 2022Seminars

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The Legislature Strikes Back on Apportionment (House Bill 961)

» Posted April 18, 2022Articles, Newsletters

Apportionment in single defendant cases has potentially returned to Georgia. HB 961 has passed both houses of the Georgia Legislature and is awaiting approval from the Governor.

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COVID Claim Decision Update

» Posted April 5, 2022Karen J. Gibson, Phillip A. SibleyArticles, Newsletters

LSFS Prevails on 1st COVID Claim Litigated in Georgia

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William Merchant Signs on as Equity Partner

» Posted February 16, 2022William R. MerchantArticles

The firm is pleased to announce that William Randolph Merchant (Bill) has signed on as an equity partner.

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Workers' Compensation in Georgia "Are you Prepared for your Next Claim?"

» Posted January 24, 2022Seminars

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LSFS Prevails on 1st COVID Claim Litigated in Georgia

» Posted January 20, 2022Karen J. Gibson, Phillip A. SibleyNewsletters

We’re excited to share with you that our Macon office successfully tried the very first workers’ compensation claim for COVID-19 benefits in Georgia

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