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Department of Labor (DOL) Announces Program Focused on Improving Worker Safety in Warehouses and Distribution Centers

On July 13th, 2023, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is implementing a new multi-year workplace safety program that is focused on improving workplace safety in warehouses and distribution centers. In this article, our Phoenix workers’ compensation attorney provides an overview of the program and highlights …

I Suffered a Work Injury in Arizona and Found Out My Employer is Uninsured: What are My Options?

Were you hurt on the job in Tucson, Pima County, or elsewhere in Arizona? You are certainly not alone. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) cites data showing that nearly 60,000 workers in Arizona missed time on the job due to a workplace injury or occupational disease in 2021 alone. For injured workers, a workers’ …

Leaving the State of Arizona While Under Active Workers’ Comp Medical Treatment: What You Need to Know

Did you suffer an injury while on the job in Arizona? You have the right to seek workers’ compensation benefits for medical coverage and any missing time on the job for your recovery. While you are actively under “medical treatment” by Arizona’s workers’ compensation insurance system, there are some important regulations in place regarding your …

Suffered a Concussion While on the Job in Arizona? A Comprehensive Guide to the Workers’ Compensation Claims Process

A concussion is a brain injury caused by a blow to the head or a violent shaking of the body. If you suffered a concussion while on the job, it is imperative that you are able to effectively navigate the claims process. At Snow, Carpio and Weekley, PLC, we are dedicated to helping injured workers …

Social Security Disability in Arizona: How Long Will it Take to Get My Payments After I Am Approved?

Does a chronic injury, physical impairment, illness, or other medical issue prevent you from working? You may be entitled to receive benefits through a Social Security disability (SSD) claim. You may be wondering: How long does it take to get disability benefits after getting approved? The short answer is that it will probably take 6 …

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