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Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits Explained

Posted in workers compensation on January 11, 2023

According to the information available from the National Safety Council, there were 97 total worker deaths across the state of Arizona during the latest reporting year on file. This equates to 3.1 deaths per 100,000 workers in the state. It is crucial for individuals and their families to know what kind of death benefits are Read More…

What is Permanent Partial Disability?

Posted in Arizona Injury Laws on January 11, 2023

Most individuals who sustain injuries at work are able to return to work relatively soon after the incident occurs. However, there are times when individuals sustain injuries and are partially disabled as a result. Sometimes, this partial disability is permanent. Here, we want to review what Arizona law says about permanent partial disability and recovering Read More…

Are You Eligible for Workers’ Comp If You Get COVID-19 in Arizona?

Posted in Uncategorized on December 12, 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic has essentially taken over our lives for years now. Since around March of 2020, we have all been living under a different set of rules put in place to keep a deadly virus from spreading. We’ve learned to adapt, and the US managed to create and manufacture a working vaccine faster than Read More…

Necessary Evidence for Workers’ Comp Claims

Posted in Uncategorized on December 12, 2022

When you sustain an on-the-job injury, the last thing you should have to deal with is a workers’ comp denial. Workers’ compensation insurance is a no-fault system, which means your claim should be accepted regardless of who caused the incident, with very few exceptions. However, that does not mean you shouldn’t do everything possible to Read More…

Filling a Workers Compensation Claim Against a Previous Employer

Posted in workers compensation on November 14, 2022

Anytime a person sustains an injury at work in Arizona, there’s a good chance they will be able to recover compensation. Just about every employer in this state is required to carry workers’ compensation insurance to help pay an injured employee’s medical bills and a portion of their lost wages. However, what if you need Read More…

Most Common Causes of On-The-Job Injuries in the United States

Posted in workers compensation on November 4, 2022

Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that there were approximately 2.6 million non-fatal workplace injuries or illnesses recorded during the latest reporting year on file. Injuries can lead to significant setbacks for victims, including requiring medical treatment, extended physical therapy and rehabilitation, and financial devastation caused by lost wages. Here, we want Read More…

How Is Pain And Suffering Calculated In Arizona?

Posted in Arizona Injury Laws on October 24, 2022

Any person who sustains an injury caused by the negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity in Arizona deserves compensation for their losses. This not only includes the calculable losses one would expect after an incident like this, such as medical bills, lost wages, and property damage expenses but also includes the more immeasurable Read More…

Can I Move Out Of State With An Active Claim?

Posted in workers compensation on October 3, 2022

If you sustain an injury at work in Arizona, chances are you will be able to recover compensation for your losses. Just about every employer in Arizona is required to carry workers’ compensation insurance to help pay for all medical bills associated with a workplace injury as well as a portion of lost wages if Read More…

What Happens At A Workers’ Compensation Hearing?

Posted in workers compensation on September 24, 2022

If you have sustained an on-the-job injury, you will likely be able to recover compensation for your losses. Just about every employer in Arizona is required to carry workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. There are times, though, when a worker will need to go to a workers’ compensation hearing pertaining to their case. This Read More…

Does Workers’ Compensation Affect Your Tax Returns?

Posted in workers compensation on September 4, 2022

Anytime a person sustains an on-the-job injury in Arizona, they should be able to recover workers’ compensation benefits to pay for their medical bills and a portion of their lost wages if they are unable to work. However, as with every other facet of life, individuals need to be cognizant of how receiving any benefits Read More…