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What If I Sustain a Catastrophic Injury?

Scott Monge
The terms “catastrophic injury” and “non-catastrophic” injury have specific meanings under Georgia workers’ compensation law. The State Board of Workers’ Compensation identifies injuries by placing them into the catastrophic or non-catastrophic category, and their determination can limit the amount and type of benefits an injured worker can receive.

If your injury is deemed catastrophic, you may be entitled to vocational rehabilitation services and lifetime income benefits, as well as money to cover any adaptive equipment or other modifications that are needed given your new physical condition.

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