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Our law firm’s COVID-19 response plan

MFLG is continuing to operate without missing a beat; a good portion of our staff is now working offsite due to COVID.

However, we continue to be here for all of Arizona’s injured and disabled workers.

We Are The Rock for Injured And Disabled Workers

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TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENTS

Did you know that if you're injured on the job and have to travel across the metropolitan area of Phoenix (e.g., Mesa to Peoria), you may not be eligible for travel reimbursement per case law? Case law says that an injured worker is only eligible for travel...

CASH IS NOT ALWAYS KING!

Some employees are paid cash. This may sound great but it can and will create a lot of problems for employees. Aside from issues with the IRS, if you're injured on the job and are paid cash, it may be extremely difficult to prove you were an employee. Plus even if...

UNINSURED EMPLOYERS

Just because your employer does not have worker's compensation insurance, doesn't mean you can't file a claim. In Arizona, non insured claims are sent to the Special Fund of the Industrial Commission for processing and payment if accepted. Also, if your employer is...

20-DAY LETTERS

Worker's comp insurance carriers will send letters to injured workers requesting that they respond and note future medical appointments, and the fact the injured worker is still seeking treatment. These are very important because if the injured worker does not return...

CONCURRENT EMPLOYMENT

Did you know that if you are working two jobs and are injured on one of them, the date of injury employer is responsible for lost wages on both jobs? Insurance carriers frequently leave out wages from other employers when employees are working two jobs when...

PRP INJECTIONS

Tennis elbow anyone? Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are a newer form of non surgical treatment for tennis elbow. Studies have shown good results, and I have had doctors tell me they like them better than cortisone shots because cortisone is short-lived relief...