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Published April 10, 2018 by Matt Fendon Law Group

The answer is “yes.” Of course, there’s no guarantee that your case will settle. Every case is different. Injured workers in the state of Arizona are able to settle their workers’ compensation cases. When we say “settle,” we mean receiving…

Published March 12, 2018 by Matt Fendon Law Group

If you are injured on the job in Arizona, and are taken off work, or put on light duty for at least seven days, there is a strong probability that the workers’ compensation insurance carrier will issue a Recommended average…

Published February 28, 2018 by Matt Fendon Law Group

If you have an open Arizona workers’ compensation case, and you are on a light duty status per your doctor, there is a chance that you have returned to work with the employer you were working for when you were…

Published February 1, 2018 by Matt Fendon Law Group

We received many calls about the condition post Trumatic stress disorder a.k.a. PTSD. This is a real condition that affects many Arizonans. PTSD can be a covered condition under the Arizona workers’ compensation act as long as the injured worker…

Published May 15, 2017 by Matt Fendon Law Group

Employment Law Tip of the Day – The Equal Pay Act prevents employers from paying workers of one sex at wage rate different from that paid to workers of the opposite sex for equal work. It applies to most employers….

Published April 26, 2016 by Matt Fendon Law Group

If my contract of employment says I’m an independent contractor and I’m injured on the job am I eligible for benefits? The easy answer to that is “it depends.” Often, employers in Arizona will try to categorize injured workers as…

Published April 5, 2016 by Matt Fendon Law Group

If you are hurt on the job in Arizona, and you do not have a lawyer, there is a chance your case could be dismissed if you fail to comply with certain procedures in your case. If you have filed…

Published by Matt Fendon Law Group

COBRA benefits provide folks who have lost their jobs with up to 18 months of coverage under their employer’s group policy. However, this period is extended to 29 months if Social Security finds the claimant became disabled within the first…

Published March 23, 2016 by Matt Fendon Law Group

In Arizona, if you have a compensable industrial injury case, and end up with a permanent impairment on that case, you may entitled to lifetime benefits depending on pre‑existing impairment. For example, if prior to your Arizona work comp claim,…

Published March 11, 2016 by Matt Fendon Law Group

The answer to this question is “yes”. There is a provision in the Arizona workers’ compensation laws that says an injured worker can petition the Industrial Commission of Arizona to settle a permanent disability award that is being paid on…

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