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Archive: December 2015

If I Am Assaulted at Work, is That Workers’ Comp?

The answer to that question is most likely “yes”. If you are assaulted by a co‑employee it will typically fall under Arizona workers’ compensation benefits. There are a few rules that apply to assaults in the workplace, but the general…

Fendon Law Firm, P.C. Opens New Flagstaff Office

Fendon Law Firm, P.C. has moved to a new location! In an effort to get closer to our clients within the area, we have chosen a location in the heart of Flagstaff just across the street from the Coconino County…

What is the “Bunkhouse Rule”?

The “bunkhouse rule” says that an employee who is required to live on the employer’s premises and who suffers an injury while using those premises in a reasonable manner has an accepted workers’ compensation claim even if he or she…

Why Is It So Difficult to Win a Social Security Disability Case in Arizona?

The main answer to this question is the lowering of approval rates by Arizona Social Security judges. The approval rates on disability cases in Arizona has plummeted in the last 5 years. The average approval rate is about 45 percent…

What Happens When I Am at My Job for Less Than 30 Days and I’m Injured at Work?

If you’re injured on the job in Arizona, the presumptive period for which your wages should be set for workers’ comp benefits is the 30 days before the accident. When you are on workers’ comp benefits in Arizona, you receive…

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