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  1. #1
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    Default Attorney Fees for Workers Comp

    My workers compensation claim was made in the State of:Ga.
    Presently my attorney sent me a letter stating he is seeking 25% of my TTD check,because he claims recovery of my benefits which I STRONGLY disagree with.Can he do this without any type of hearing,because I would like to state my case in front of a judge.

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    Default Re: Attorney Fees

    yes you can file an objection.
    contact the work comp commission for filing information.
    you should probably retain another atty for your claim.

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