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Arizona Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

Arizona workers’ compensation attorneysAt Snow, Carpio & Weekley, PLC, we are experienced workers’ compensation attorneys supporting the rights of Arizona workers with over 20 years combined experience.

Employers are required by law to carry workers’ compensation insurance to cover the medical expenses and needs of employees injured on the job. Workers’ compensation insurance can also help workers with rehabilitation, lost wages, and expenses.

All employers in Arizona are required to have worker’s compensation for all their employees. This is a no-fault system where an injured employee has an entitlement to receive benefits in case of an industrial injury, it doesn’t matter who caused the job-related accident.

Even a job-related illness entitles the injured worker to receive medical benefits if the eligibility requirements are met. It is important for an employee to consult with the Arizona Workers Compensation Lawyers. We will thoroughly shine a light on your particular employment legal issues to help you receive the compensation you deserve.

Arizona workers’ compensation attorneysThe workers’ compensation system is set up for the benefit of both the worker and the employer. It protects both in the event of an accident. As no-fault insurance, the claim is handled under Federal and State guidelines protecting your employer from lawsuits and you from having to sue your employer.

Since it is a no-fault system, the benefits are limited; usually the cost of your medical expenses and a percentage of lost wages during your time off work. Other benefits for disability are also available. Even though workers’ compensation has existed in one form or another for over 100 years, it isn’t without complications, abuses of the system, or failures to fulfill a claim. That is why it is important to have an experienced workers’ compensation attorney helping you with your case.

Your attorney can help you with your claim, determine what benefits you should be seeking, calculate the compensation you are entitled to, and even help you find a qualified doctor that is familiar with workers’ compensation injuries and claims.

Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Arizona law requires employers to secure workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. As an employee, the workers’ compensation covers all your work-related injuries. However, self-inflicted injuries may reduce your chances of receiving benefits.

The types of benefits depend on state law and the nature and extent of the injury. If the injury limits you from working for a few days, you are entitled to temporary disability benefits which are usually two-thirds of the regular wages you receive.

In the case of an accident that has caused permanent damage, you may be entitled to permanent compensation benefits. Your medical treatment is also covered by the workers’ compensation for as long as is necessary. You may also receive vocational rehabilitation to help you in getting back to your job or training you for a new one.

An Arizona workers’ compensation lawyer may help you in claiming your compensation depending on the severity of the injury. The greater the injuries, the higher the stake in the workers’ compensation.

Insurance carriers need to answer to their investors. They scrutinize every claim and reject it if anything is out of order. If you have had a claim rejected, it is not too late to retain Snow Carpio and Weekley, to help you receive the benefits you deserve. We will help you prepare for your workers’ compensation hearing and be there by your side representing you at the hearing.

What an Employer Should do if an Employee is Injured at Work Upon an industrial injury notice, the employer is required to immediately provide specific information to the injured worker. The information includes:

The address and name of the insurance carrier for the workers’ compensation
The expiration date for the coverage
The policy number

The employer should then notify the Industrial Commission of Arizona within 10 days after being notified of a work-related injury. There are other reporting obligations under the Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act that are best discussed with a lawyer.

Arizona workers’ compensation attorneys

What Happens If an Employer Lacks Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

If you are injured while on the job and your employer hasn’t secured workers’ compensation insurance, you may take legal action. Which involves filing a civil suit against the employer. In the civil lawsuit, proof of injury will act as evidence of negligence by the employer. An employer that doesn’t secure workers’ compensation insurance is guilty of a Class 6 felony in Arizona.

Hire an Arizona Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Our experienced lawyers are ready to answer all your questions concerning your obligations and claims under workers’ compensation. We are committed to protecting your rights and enabling you to receive your full entitled benefits in workers’ compensation. Schedule your free consultation with us or give us a call at 877-370-5788.

As workers’ compensation specialists, Snow, Carpio & Weekley can help you with every step of the workers’
compensation process, helping you recover with the help you deserve.

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What Our Clients Are Saying!

Our unique approach to working with our clients

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This Firm Stands Up for Working Families

"This law firm really stands up for working families; stands up for workers and will take your case and fight for your case. And get you the best possible settlement that you can have. You should trust in this law firm. This is the law firm that stood when the state was being challenged under SB1070 the anti-immigrant law."

- Randy Parraz

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I Recommend This Firm To You

"Hi, my name is Ron Selma and I’ve been a client for a year and a half. Snow, Carpio & Weekely, have been very professional for me and I would recommend this firm to anyone. They all are very professional."

- Ron Selma

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Injured On
The Job

"My name is Jennifer Logan & I was injured on the job in January of 2013. Chad Snow came highly recommended from an attorney that I work for. I’ve been coming here ever since I consulted with him. He helped me out."

- Jennifer Logan

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In An Accident At Work

" Alex Carpio has been my attorney since the beginning in August of 2012. I was in an accident at work and I explained everything. At that point he said: “We’re going to continue & we’re going to go on with this because you do have a case.” I would recommend Alex Carpio very highly. He’s a great gentlemen and he listens."

- Albert Gardea

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Arizona Workers Compensation Results

"I was injured on 10-1-2010. During that time I was in so much pain. I was really happy that I was able to find Snow, Carpio & Weekely. If you look at my file I've over 3.5 years of paperwork. There’s no way that I would have been able to handle it on my own. They reminded me when I was supposed to go to court and took care of all the legal proceedings."

- Thomas Demott

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We Recommend This Firm To You

"Hello, my name is Jorge Ramirez and my lawyer was Alex Carpio. He is a really good lawyer and I would recommend him to a lot of people. Snow, Carpio & Weekely, have been very professional for me and my wife. Thank you Alex Carpio."

- Jorge Ramirez

At Snow, Carpio and Weekley, PLC, we don’t identify you by your injury or your claim. We recognize you by name and by face. You have an important life with people who look up to you and depend on you. We treat you with that same respect. We will work with you on your Workers’ Compensation or Social Security Disability claims, helping you secure the benefits you deserve; affording you dignity today and hope for the future.

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