workers compensation attorney

2nd Nov, '15

Is Your Employer Not Cooperating? Here Are 10 Tips From A Phoenix Workman’s Compensation Attorney

2015-11-02T14:37:35-07:00 November 2nd, 2015|Blog, Workers' Compensation|

When you get injured at work you deserve compensation. Workers compensation laws (the Workers' Compensation Act) gives every worker employed in Arizona certain rights and allows every injured worker (or the worker's family in the case of death) to file a workers compensation claim, making up for a percentage of lost wages. While you may believe the process [...]

12th Oct, '15

When a Contractor is Actually an Employee, What Happens if He’s Injured at Work?

2015-10-12T11:18:01-07:00 October 12th, 2015|Blog, Disability, Workers' Compensation|

Recently, California's Labor Commission ruled that an Uber driver was an employee rather than a contractor, a decision that could have a widespread impact on workers compensation law. Uber, the ride-sharing company, argues that drivers set their own schedules and determine which riders they will pick up, so they are not employees. However, the commission [...]

7th Sep, '15

A Phoenix Workers Compensation Attorney Explains Why The Pain In Your Neck May Be More Serious

2015-09-07T20:52:33-07:00 September 7th, 2015|Blog, Workers' Compensation|

A pain in your neck is not just an annoyance, particularly if you have been injured while at work. This type of injury can point to a much more serious problem that calls for medical attention and the assistance of a State Bar of Arizona Board Certified workers compensation attorney. What might seem like a [...]

27th Jul, '15

Did You Know That Any Injury At Work Can Be Covered? Here’s How

2015-07-27T14:09:09-07:00 July 27th, 2015|Blog, Workers' Compensation|

Injured at work? You’re not alone. Countless people get injured at work every day, leaving them out of a job, out of money, and scrambling to deal with workers' compensation issues. Sometimes it’s obvious that you deserve workers' compensation benefits in the event of a major injury. You may think that a smaller injury is not [...]