Workers’ compensation is a no-fault benefits program that compensates employees for medical expenses and lost wages resulting from a workplace injury or illness.
Although Arizona law requires most employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance, many… Read More
Workplace injuries can be expensive for an injured employee, who may face costly medical expenses and suffer financially from lost wages due to his or her condition.
The starting point for when workers’ compensation benefits are provided is often unique… Read More
Workers’ compensation claims can be disputed for several reasons. For those who have to deal with a disputed claim, it may be necessary to take legal action to obtain the benefits you deserve.
There are many reasons that insurance companies representing… Read More
Construction workers are constantly exposed to dangerous work environments that requires constant monitoring and strong safety regulations to prevent injuries caused by workplace accidents.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) extends… Read More
Arizona workers who have been injured at work or have developed work-related illnesses have the right to file for worker’s compensation, which can pay for related medical expenses and lost wages.
Most employers carry worker’s compensation insurance to… Read More
When you get injured at work, you can usually bring a workers’ compensation claim to help pay for medical expenses and lost wages while you recover from your injuries.
However, you might not realize that you may be able to pursue a third-party personal… Read More
Although injuries have diminished in the meat and poultry field, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports that safety dangers are more insidious than they appear and workers are at great risk of serious injuries.
Congressional Democrats requested… Read More
According to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 44 percent of Arizona’s workers are not currently employed. In fact, Arizona ranks in the bottom ten U.S. states for percentage of workers who are gainfully employed.
Many… Read More
Few industries in the world are as dangerous as the construction industry, as more people are injured and killed in this line of work than in any other profession. Tragically, that reality was once again hammered home when a construction worker was killed… Read More
In 2014, the total number of workplace deaths increased by two percent, most notably among contracted, self-employed, and aging workers. Preliminary numbers from the federal government put the 2014 total death toll at 4,679, whereas the 2013 death toll… Read More