I never really thought about workers compensation Norcross GA or PEO's until a a couple of months ago when I had my very first occupational injury. I was taking inventory of the warehouse when it occurred. Someone in the other lane was driving the forklift to place a pallet, and in doing so knocked a box of DVD's off the shelf. The crate crashed into my right shoulder. The brunt force sent me to the ground hard. Right when I hit the ground I discerned something was terribly amiss. The discomfort was immediate and sharp. But my thoughts wandered elsewhere, because as a person lacking insurance I assumed I wouldn't be able to pay for health care if my boss ascertained some way to avoid paying doctor bills for my newly dislocated shoulder. You can see I've never trusted upper-management. Luckily, that wouldn't be a problem. As it turned out, my employer had wisely invested in workers compensation insurance. So basically I had no reason distrust them. My health clinic bills were already on their way to being paid. And the greatest thing about being covered was the insurance company payed me for lost hours because of my injury.