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Factory workers can become injured while on the job due to the inherent risks associated with their line of work, and these risks can lead to accidents and injuries. Fortunately, those who are injured while on the job are entitled to just compensation for their injuries.
The Tempe factory workers’ compensation attorneys at the Crossman Law Offices, P.C. have vast experience handling a variety of workers’ compensation claims for factory workers. If you are a factory worker who has become injured while at work, contact the Crossman Law Offices, P.C. and let us help you with your claim.
The attorneys at Crossman Law Offices, P.C. are well versed in workers’ compensation law. Actually, this is the only law we practice, which gives our clients a more directed and experienced representation. We handle a variety of cases under workers’ compensation including accidental death claims.
There are no hidden or upfront fees. When you employ our firm, you pay nothing unless we win compensation for you.
If you or someone you know has been injured while working in a factory, reach out to a factory workers’ compensation attorney in Tempe, today.
Below are the steps needed to get started and through the process of filing a workers’ compensation claim:
Your claim will either be accepted or denied. An attorney can help you with filing a claim, what to do if you disagree with a claim decision, and how to best resolve your case.
The Arizona Workers’ Compensation Act does not provide compensation for pain and suffering unless it affects your post-injury earnings; nor does it provide job retraining. In the vast majority of cases, you cannot sue your employer.
If you work in a factory and have sustained an injury while on the job, you may be entitled to collect workers’ compensation benefits. In most industries, workers’ compensation is mandatory for employers, and this includes manufacturing companies. An experienced Tempe factory workers’ compensation attorney can help workers get the compensation they deserve, which can include coverage for medical bills, vocational rehabilitation, and positions of lost wages.
When taking on an employer and insurance company, is it important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can help file a claim or even help with a claim that has already been denied.
Contact our Tempe factory workers’ compensation attorneys at Crossman Law Offices, P.C. to discuss your case today. To schedule a free evaluation of your case, click here or call 602-497-4359.