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Archive: September 2020

Airport Workers Face a Wide Range of Job-related Hazards

The airlines have experienced difficult economic times in the past six months due to COVID-19-related circumstances. With fewer travelers and certain safety restrictions in place, places like the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport remain less-than-crowded. Still, there are travelers and…

How Do I Appeal if Don’t Like My Work Comp Decision?

Arizona’s workers’ compensation program is supposed to be an efficient way for workers who get hurt in Phoenix or other parts of the state to get the professional care they need to recover from their work-related injuries or illnesses. Workers’…

How a Workplace Brain Injury Can Alter Your Personality

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) suffered on the job can affect your life profoundly. Besides the more common symptoms like headaches, nausea, and memory problems, there are things a TBI can do to you that can change your entire self-image…

Police Officer in on-duty Crash May Need Workers’ Compensation

Workplace accidents with injuries can happen to Arizona residents in any kind of job. Some jobs require people to place themselves in situations that are considered dangerous as part of their duties. This can result in accidents with long-term ramifications….

Study Looks at “mega” Workers’ Comp Claims

Arizona is a great place to live, play and work, but because of our weather, we have some of the most dangerous jobs in the nation, including in mining, agriculture, transportation and in the construction industry. Of course, construction is…

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