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Archive: March 2019

A Look at Why a Return to Work Incentive May Benefit You

After you have been injured at your job, you have taken every precaution to work with your employer and get the maximum benefit out of your workers’ compensation plan. However, now you face an even bigger challenge as you are…

Why Do Construction Workers Have So Many Back Injuries?

No matter which job sites your Arizona construction job requires you to work at, you likely must lift, carry and move heavy tools, materials and equipment many times during your typical work day. Unfortunately, these activities give your back a…

What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome?

Though it receives much attention as an injury occurring frequently in workplaces across Arizona, carpal tunnel syndrome is not the only upper extremity complaint that can result from stress or overuse. Another such condition is cubital tunnel syndrome, which sounds…

Does My Employer Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

If you suffer an injury while on the job, you may have people tell you to file a workers’ compensation claim. However, you first need to find out if your employer has this insurance coverage or not. There are only…

Understanding Impairment in Arizona Worker’s Comp Cases

Arizona workers’ compensation law, like other states’ laws, differentiates between disability and impairment. According to IME Care Center, an impairment is a health issue that affects the physical or neurological condition of a person. A disability, on the other hand, refers…

Five Ways to Avoid an Injury as a Nurse

Working as a nurse is a physically demanding job. You are on your feet for long stretches of time, and you must move patients. With these physical demands, comes the potential for injury. According to Monster.com, nurses have the highest rate…

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