Subsequent Injury Trust Funds
The Subsequent Injury Trust Fund was enacted by the Georgia General Assembly on July 1, 1977. Its purpose was to provide incentives to employers in order to hire or retain qualified workers with disabilities. Over the next thirty years it has evolved into a strong commitment of educating employers, insurers, and their agents on the financial benefits associated with building positive relationships with those who have a permanent impairment.
A board of five trustees, led by Chairman Mr. John Fervier, governs the Subsequent Injury Trust Fund. Mr. John Fervier was reappointed Chairman on the twentieth of August and will serve his term until July 1st, 2012.
Georgia.GOV Subsequent Injury Trust Fund Services
The State of Georgia Subsequent Injury Trust Fund performs three main services:
- Allows employers that are not legally subject to the ADA or Americans with Disabilities Act, to get incentives to employ or retain qualified workers with disabilities.
- Helps keep the workers' compensation premiums of
insured employers low.
- Maintains the deductible levels of workers' compensation for self-insured employers.
- The Subsequent Injury Trust Fund of Georgia also provides you with the necessary forms and materials to file a claim.
Contact the Georgia.GOV Subsequent Injury Trust Fund
Georgia.GOV Subsequent Injury Trust Fund
Marquis Two Tower, Suite 1250
285 Peachtree Center Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
Main Office: (404) 656-7000
Administrator, Richard W. McGee: (404) 656-7013
Email your questions, comments, or suggestions to the Administrator Richard W. McGee at email@example.com