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Archive: May 2019

Firefighters Risk Their Lives, Cities Deny Their Workers’ Comp

When a building erupts into flame, Arizona’s firefighters race to the scene. It’s dangerous work. We all understand the dangers these firefighters face from the heat, smoke and burning frames, but burning buildings also come with other dangers. Burning chemicals…

Is This a Tripping Hazard?

As someone employed in Arizona, you likely don’t think of everyday objects when you think “workplace incident”. Most people envision freak occurrences involving heavy machinery, high voltages of electricity, fires, and so on. However, some of the most common hazards…

Proving That You Were Hurt on the Job

It is a problem that some Arizona workers face while trying to secure compensation for a workplace injury. An employer asserts that the worker did not suffer the injury on the job, so the compensation claim is invalid. This is…

Workers Focus on Electrical Safety Month During May

Employees can be injured on the job no matter what they do for a living. Often, people consider common dangers like falling and work-related motor vehicle accidents when the topic of workers’ compensation comes up. Arizona residents should also realize…

Employee Responsibilities After a Job Injury

If you or one of your family members in Arizona has been injured in a workplace accident or developed an injury or condition due to some conditions related to a job, it will be important for you to know how…

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