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The State Board of Workers' Compensation offices will be closed on Monday, January 17, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. All SBWC offices will resume regular operating hours on Tuesday, January 18.
The Board Continues To Be Open For Business
In Person Hearings Resumed July 2020.
Telemedicine services added to the Georgia Medical Fee Schedule due to COVID-19
Buy the 2021 Georgia Workers' Compensation Medical & Dental Fee Schedules!
To file a claim, you need to complete and file a WC-14, with the State Board of Workers' Compensation and send a copy of the form to your employer and their workers' compensation insurance carrier.
Welcome to the State Board of Workers' Compensation website, where you have 24/7 access to information and resources about the Georgia workers’ compensation program.
The Physician Database assists the employer/insurer and self-insured employer when choosing panel physicians. It also helps the employer/insurer, self-insured employer and attorneys find physician specialists who are willing and able to provide medical services to the injured worker.