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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

Month: August 2011

GOING AND COMING RULE

Here's your Monday Morning Worker's Comp Tip -- If you are traveling to or from work and are injured, the general rule is that your employer is not responsible for the injuries. There are several exceptions to this rule, however, including if you're on the employer...

MEDICARE 101

Here's Medicare 101: Part A is Hospital Insurance, Part B is "supplemental medicare insurance benefits" (this includes coverage for office visits, etc) and Part D, which was passed under President George W Bush, is the prescription drug benefit. Now next time you're...

STATUTORY EMPLOYER DOCTRINE

CONSTRUCTION WORKERS TAKE NOTICE! Even if you're a subcontractor or work for a subcontractor, you may be able to establish a compensable worker's comp claim against the general contractor (GC) if the GC retains control and the work is a part/process of the trade of...

IDIOPATHIC FALLS

Idiopathic Falls - if someone has a heart attack, seizure, or fainting spell while at work, and is injured, the only way that injury is covered under worker's comp is if the employment aggravated the effects of the fall. The best example is passing out onto a pallet...

SS DISABILITY WAITING PERIOD

There is a five-month waiting period for Social Security Disability benefits. That is, if someone is deemed disabled in January, they would have to wait until June for the benefits to kick in. This only applies to SS Disability and not Social Security Supplemental...

BUNKHOUSE RULE

The "bunkhouse rule" applies when you as an employee live on your work's premises. If you meet the requirements of the rule, and are injured in any way, you most likely will be eligible for worker's compensation benefits. Please let us know if you have any questions...

EXPEDITED SS HEARINGS

If you've applied for Social Security Disability benefits, been denied twice, and have requested a hearing, you may qualify for an expedited hearing if any of the following apply: your illness is terminal, or you are without food, medicine or shelter, or you are...

RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Whether a recreational activity - a company picnic, sports team, etc. - is within the course of employment is dependent on the facts. Recreational activities on lunch breaks are almost always within the course of employment. Therefore, if you do get injured while...