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Blog Posts in April, 2015

Meeting Your Arizona Social Security Disability Attorney

It is important when taking on a Social Security Disability case to meet with the client. There are many Social Security law firms in Arizona where the client does not meet the attorney until the date ...
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But my employer told me that I was an independent contractor...

Under the Arizona Workers' Compensation system, employees who are hurt in the course and scope of their employment are covered. However, many times a claim for workers' compensation may be ...
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Illegal Closure of an Arizona Workers' Comp Case

In Phoenix, insurance adjusters will frequently try to terminate an injured worker's benefits retroactive more than 30 days. This is illegal in Arizona as it is a violation of Industrial ...
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Loss of Earning Capacity Issues in Arizona

I had a hearing this morning about a loss of earning capacity issue at the Industrial Commission of Arizona. Loss of earning capacity cases typically involve an Arizona injured worker who has suffered ...
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Workers' Compensation Coverage in Arizona

In Arizona, an injured worker with a compensable claim is entitled to coverage for "medical, surgical and hospital benefits or other treatment, nursing, medicine, surgical supplies, crutches and ...
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Maximizing Your Workers' Compensation Benefits When on Light Duty

In Arizona, when you are on light duty and have an open workers' compensation case, you are required to make a "good-faith effort" to look for work. For example, an injured worker in ...
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