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Phoenix Work Injury Lawyer

Crossman Law Offices, P.C., is committed to serving injured Arizona workers in Phoenix and surrounding areas. We have decades of experience and our practice focuses exclusively on workers’ compensation, with our Phoenix work injury attorney Avery Crossman being a board-certified specialist in this field. This particular specialization has allowed her to develop a thorough knowledge of Phoenix, Arizona’s workers’ compensation laws, and to ensure that her practice is always current and effective for the injured individuals she serves.

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Why Choose A Phoenix Work Injury Lawyer From Crossman Law Offices?

Workers’ compensation law is complex and is constantly changing, so working with a Phoenix workplace injury attorney whose knowledge is thorough and current is your best bet to achieve a positive outcome. At Crossman Law Offices, P.C., we only focus on Arizona workers’ compensation law, which means that we do not handle other types of personal injury cases. We do this because we firmly believe that specialization in one area is the key to success, and we always want what’s best for our clients. Combined, we have decades of experience helping injured Arizona employees and work hard to provide them with the best Phoenix workers’ compensation lawyers for the best possible outcome.

If you’re wondering whether you have a case, your best action is to contact us today. We pride ourselves on having the skills and experience to handle complex cases, such as those involving independent contractors, and have successfully reopened old injury cases when the situation warrants it.

Whatever Your Workplace Injury, Our Best Phoenix Work Injury Lawyers Are Here To Help

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We have helped workers in Phoenix receive compensation for a very wide range of work injuries, including:

Back injuries: These should be taken seriously, because if left unattended they may keep you from working at all, or may prevent you from performing all your duties.

Brain injuries: These cannot be seen with the naked eye, but can be very serious. If you’ve had a head injury at work, you should consult a doctor immediately. Knee injuries: These are very common, and often require repeated surgeries and prolonged therapy.

Neck injuries: These can be difficult to diagnose and can be mistaken for other types of injuries, so early treatment is very important.

Shoulder injuries: These can lead to strain in other parts of the body if left untreated because other muscles begin to overcompensate for the injury.

Repetitive stress or strain injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome: It is important to understand that workers’ compensation isn’t just for accident victims.

Our Work Injury Lawyers Help In Any Industry

Our injured workers’ attorneys have ample experience with workers from all industries, including high-risk professions such as construction and farming. This is because work in these industries involves significant amounts of manual labor, working with heavy machinery, animals; falls from tall heights are also common.

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Because we understand that construction workers and farm laborers are faced with these special challenges, we make a point to be prepared to respond to their unique needs. We’ll ensure that your disability stage and your lost wages are calculated accurately, so you get all the compensation you deserve. However, we do not prioritize our manual labor-intense clients. We are prepared to help any worker in need whether it be for:

You Can File Claims For Permanent And Temporary Injuries

While we serve employees with all types of disabilities, we find that Arizona workers whose injuries will permanently prevent them from working are especially in need of legal assistance. If you were an employee that has sustained a permanent work injury in Phoenix that will reduce your earning capacity or prevent you from working entirely, you are entitled to receive a portion of your lost wages for the rest of your life. You should also know that you can also receive disability benefits for temporary injuries that cause you to miss more than seven days of work.

What’s The Difference Between Temporary Disabilities And Permanent Disabilities?

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Temporary Disabilities

A temporary disability is defined as when an employee receives an injury that leaves them unable to work, but one that they will eventually recover from. If this is the case, you should be compensated for your lost wages and the cost of medical treatment as a result of the accident that you wouldn’t have had otherwise except for the job. To better understand the compensation benefits you deserve and your rights, you will need an experienced Phoenix work injury attorney on your side.

Permanent Disabilities

A permanent disability refers to a work-sustained injury that prevents an individual from finding true employment that they can comfortably live off of. Permanent disability also includes permanent partial disability, which means that an employee’s injury forces them to work fewer hours or at a job with a lower wage, which wouldn’t be the case if it wasn’t for the injury that they received on the job. If this is you, reach out to one of our impressive work injury attorneys today.

Out-Of-Office Work Accidents Can Be Compensated Too

For the most part, when you take a job, your employer assumes responsibility for you when you’re on the property, which is the basis for many workers’ compensation claims. But what about people who perform their duties outside of a sanctioned office? For example, truck drivers. Luckily, these drivers are entitled to workers’ compensation if they are involved in truck collisions, rollovers, and loading and unloading accidents.

However, did you know that any worker who drives as part of his or her job — traveling to meet customers, attend meetings, etc. — can be compensated for a car or truck accident that occurred while performing work-related duties? If this happened to you, be sure to reach out to one of our Phoenix work injury lawyers to receive the compensation you deserve.

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Speak To a Phoenix Work Injury Attorney Today

Crossman Law Offices, P.C., offers free initial consultations and handles all injury cases on a contingency — you pay no fees unless you receive benefits. If you have been involved in injured in the workplace that has affected your work either temporarily or permanently, reach out to us today. Contact us by clicking here or call (602) 248-0380 for a free consultation to speak with a Phoenix lawyer about your injury claim. We’ll walk you through your case step-by-step to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve.