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Workers’ Compensation

At Snow, Carpio and Weekley, we have defended the rights of thousands of Arizona workers, securing for them millions of dollars of injury insurance benefits. We have a combined work experience of over 100 years combined legal experience with all attorneys. We know how the system works and we can help you with your claim. We have also seen every type of injury, from those that cause temporary or permanent disability to those that may require retraining you for a new career. Some of the injuries we have worked with include:

Shoulder Injuries

Injuries to the shoulder joint can be very debilitating to workers who have to use their arms for lifting or repetitive activities.

Repetitive Motion Injuries

One of the more controversial injuries in workers compensation is that of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Head & Brain injuries

Work Injuries to the head are often the most difficult to diagnose and treat. Unlike injuries to the spine or the joints...

Foot & Ankle Injuries

Injuries to the feet and ankles can be among the most difficult to treat and permanently disabling work injuries.

Aggravations of Pre-existing Conditions

Aggravations of pre-existing conditions can be compensable under AWCL

Back, Neck or Head Injuries

When you don’t have a job to go to, due to a serious injury, you feel lost. Your routine, livelihood, body and spirit are broken.

Knee Injuries

Injuries to the knee joint are very common at work. These injuries can range from minor tears of the meniscus, to rupture of...the cruciate or collateral ligaments.

Bulging or herniated disks

Herniated disks are also called ruptured disks or slipped disks, although the whole disk does not rupture or slip. Only the small area of the crack is affected.

Full & Final Settlements

Full and Final Settlement commonly known as FnF process is done when an employee is leaving the organization.

Social Security Disability

Your Social Security benefits are yours by right since you have worked hard and contributed to the system. If you have become disabled, your social security benefits can help you make it until you can get back to work or retire. Even though you may be deserving of these benefits, many first claims are denied because of errors or omissions on your application. This could make things very difficult for you and your loved ones. At Snow, Carpio and Weekley, we have the experience to help you secure your Social Security Disability benefits. We know how the system works and we can help it work for you.

Shoulder, Knee, and Hip Injuries

Injuries to the shoulder joint can be very debilitating to workers who have to use their arms for lifting or repetitive activities.

Cancer

When you are too sick to work because you have cancer, you are most likely eligible for Social Security disability benefits, although benefits are not guaranteed.

Diabetes

If you have diabetes, a medical condition wherein a person’s body does not respond properly to rises in blood sugar...

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Many people as they get older develop rheumatoid arthritis, which causes joint pain that can be so severe that it debilitates a person.

Orthopedic Disorders

Individuals who have worked in the past but are rendered unable to work due to the onset of a medical condition or disability or after suffering an injury or illness.

Eye and Ear Disorders

A worker who has an eye or ear disorder may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. If your condition has an effect on your ability to perform the normal daily functions of your job, i.e.

Heart Failure

One of the more worrying medical conditions that a person can develop is chronic heart failure. In addition to being a life-threatening health condition, individuals with chronic heart failure are often unable to return to their jobs

Back and Neck Injuries

When you don't have a job to go to, due to a serious injury, you feel lost. Your routine, livelihood, body and spirit are broken.

More Disabilities

Are you uncertain as to whether your work injury, illness, disease or physical disability qualifies you for Social Security benefits?