Work Injury TRIBUNE
(March 2021)

You should have received a hard copy of this newsletter on the mail. We are now sending you an electronic copy as well in case you prefer to read in this format.


At GA Injury Advocates, Ramiro Rodriguez, Jr. and John Paul LaBouff have almost 50 years of combined experience in workers’ compensation. Helping injured clients is our priority. We know the ins and outs of workers’ comp in Georgia and what it takes to help injured workers seek justice.


We often take cases from firms that primarily practice real estate, family law, or criminal law. In addition to taking on cases other attorneys can’t handle, we’re glad to return the favor by referring out cases in your specialized field.

We’re the attorneys who lawyers call when they need help with workers’ comp cases.

Make sure your clients don’t miss out on workers’ comp benefits and a fair settlement. Send your workers’ comp cases to an attorney both of you can trust. We will do good work for your clients and you will receive a fee pursuant to the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct. Call us at (770) 727-1990 to refer your clients to us. You and your client will be glad you did.


What It Takes to Be a Good Student of Life

One thing I like about writing these monthly newsletters is the feedback I get from you, my readers, and the conversations the articles spark. I’ve touched on different aspects of goal-setting in several recent covers, and a reader told me that though they are setting goals, they can’t seem to fulfill them......  CONTINUE READING


When Life Gives You Lemons…

Lemons don’t just add a tart flavor to your favorite desserts or cool you down in a refreshing drink on a hot summer day. In addition to bold flavors, lemons also have powerful cleaning properties. Their acidity and oils cut through grease and can sanitize many of your household items. The best place to clean with a lemon is in the kitchen..... CONTINUE READING


Don’t Own a Gun in Kennesaw?

You may know Kennesaw, Georgia, as the Atlanta suburb with great schools, interesting war history, and lush mountain scenery, but its claim to national fame is a law from 1982 that states: “Every head of household residing in the city limits is required to maintain a firearm.”

That’s right, if you’re the head of household, you’re required by city law to own a gun ...... CONTINUE READING





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