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Blog Posts in 2013

Does Workers' Compensation Cover My Lost Wages?

If you are injured while on the job, and are unable to work for more than 7 days, you are entitled to some compensation for lost wages. The first 7 days will not be eligible for compensation in cases ...
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Can My Employer Fire Me for Being Injured?

Were you fired after you reported an injury, or upon recovery from your injury and a return to work? In Arizona, an employer has the right to fire you for any reason. It will not affect your right to ...
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Who is Entitled to Workers' Compensation in Arizona?

Were you injured performing your duties at work, or due to long term repetitive motions or exposure to toxins? You may be concerned about eligibility for benefits. The program is a ...
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Will All of My Medical Expenses Be Covered by Workers' Comp?

If you are injured on the job, you have the right to seek workers' compensation benefits. You may be concerned that your medical expenses are covered by the benefits you receive. In fact, this can ...
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Matt C. Fendon is Named to 2014 Super Lawyers® Rising Stars List

The legal team at Fendon Law Firm, P.C. is pleased to announce that Attorney Matt C. Fendon was recently named to the 2014 Super Lawyers ® Rising Stars ℠ list. This is a significant accomplishment ...
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Details on the Types of Paralysis

Paralysis is a devastating injury that can result from a workplace accident. This type of injury involves losing muscle function in one of your muscle groups. This means that a person suffering from ...
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Can a Closed Workers' Comp Case be Re-opened?

All too often, injured victims lose hope once their case is closed and assume that they cannot receive the compensation that they deserve. There are circumstances that allow a claim to be re-opened ...
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What to Do After Injured in the Workplace

After suffering from an injury at work, you may be entitled to compensation. In order to ensure that you have the best chances to recover damages, there are certain procedures and steps to follow. For ...
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What Disability Benefits Are Available Through Social Security?

If an individual has been seriously injured and is no longer able to work due to his or her disabilities, he or she may be eligible to receive disability benefits offered through the Social Security ...
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What Can I Do If My Workers' Comp Claim Is Denied?

The denial of a workers' compensation claim can be very stressful. Without the benefits provided through your employer's workers' compensation policy you may be unable to pay the medical ...
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Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?

The question of who qualifies for Social Security benefits and who does not is complex and depends on many factors. The first condition to be eligible for these benefits would be to have worked in a ...
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Top Causes of Workplace Injuries

Accidents at work can be severe and lead to serious injuries. It is important for employers and office managers to do all that they can to prevent accidents on the job to keep their employees safe. If ...
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Travel Expenses

Travel Expenses in Worker’s Comp Are Not Always Reimbursable. By Matt Fendon, Esq. One of the frequent questions I get is a workers’ compensation attorney is whether travel expenses for ...
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