Welcome to the State Board of Workers' Compensation website, where you have 24/7 access to information and resources about the Georgia workers'
Overview: Workers' Compensation may provide you with medical benefits, rehabilitation support, and supplemental income if you suffer an injury or fall ill as a result of a compensable, work-related accident. In the case of your death, your dependents may also be eligible to claim benefits.
Georgia requires most employers with three or more full time, part time or seasonal employees to have workers' compensation insurance. To receive Georgia claim submissions telephone and address information please call our Coverage Section at (404) 656-3692 or Toll Free at 1-(800) 743-5436.
The Georgia Board of Workers' Compensation provides all forms, upon request, free of charge. Forms may be printed from the screen or obtained from the State
State Board of Workers' Compensation. The State Board of Workers' Compensation assists injured workers and employers by ensuring swift and fair resolution of claims. The Board encourages employers to promote workplace safety and facilitate a safe return to work for employees.
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The main office of the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation is located in Atlanta. There are six field offices throughout the state. The address of each
Workers' compensation is a form of insurance for workers who are injured on the job. Administered in Georgia through the State Board of
Few Georgia workers realize the valuable rights they have under workers' compensation laws of Georgia. Most know that their employers should pay their
Workers' compensation benefits are fixed by Georgia state law.