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Work Injury

Common First Responder Injuries 

Posted in Work Injury on November 13, 2023

Police officers, firefighters, and EMS personnel all have varying and complex workplace duties. Unfortunately, first responders regularly sustain workplace injuries and contract illnesses related to their jobs. The Phoenix work injury attorneys at Crossman Law want to examine some of the most common first responder injuries that occur throughout Arizona. First Responders Get Placed Into Read More…

Common Types of Construction Injuries

Posted in Work Injury on September 19, 2023

Those who work in the various construction industries face major risks on the job. These risks involve operating around hazardous equipment, fall risks, the possibility of electrocution, and more. Here, we want to review some of the most common types of injuries construction workers sustain in Arizona, as well as whether victims can recover compensation Read More…

Heat-Related Work Injuries

Posted in Work Injury on August 24, 2023

For more than 24 days, phoenix saw temperatures rise above 110 degrees Fahrenheit. According to Fast Company, the heat wave Arizona has been experiencing has broken multiple heat records. In some areas, the asphalt can be 40 to 60 degrees hotter than the outside air temperature, compounding the risks of heat-related work injuries for many Read More…

What If My Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Comp Insurance?

Posted in Work Injury on August 1, 2023

Arizona law stipulates that employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, regardless of the number of workers they have and whether or not those workers are part-time or full-time. Additionally, establishments that employ family members, minors, or undocumented workers must also carry workers’ compensation insurance for each employee. There are very few situations in Read More…

Can I Claim Disability and Workers’ Comp at the Same Time?

Posted in Work Injury, Worker's Compensation on July 21, 2023

Individuals often sustain workplace injuries that are so severe they would be considered disabled. In these situations, it is natural to wonder whether or not you can claim disability and workers’ compensation benefits at the same time. Individuals moving towards Social Security disability while currently receiving workers’ compensation for an injury should speak to a Read More…

What Does Light Duty Mean for My Workers’ Comp Claim?

Posted in Work Injury, Worker's Compensation on July 3, 2023

There are times when individuals sustain workplace injuries and are unable to work until after they recover. However, it is not uncommon for individuals who are injured at work to return to some type of light duty activity on the job. Here, we want to discuss what light duty could mean for your workers’ compensation Read More…

How To Prevent Work Injuries

Posted in Work Injury on October 12, 2021

The reality is that work injuries are going to happen. The good thing, is, however, that most work injuries are certainly preventable. Even though injured workers can receive compensation for their losses, it is best for every party involved to take the steps necessary to prevent work injuries from occurring in the first place. Here, Read More…

What Are Some Of The Most Dangerous Jobs In America?

Posted in Work Injury on October 12, 2021

Going to work is something that most people do throughout this country, and most people make it home safely each day. Unfortunately, work injuries are not uncommon, regardless of what industry we want to look at. However, there are some jobs that present more dangers than others, and the risk of coming home injured is Read More…