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Phoenix Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Phoenix, AZ Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

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Workers’ Compensation

Have you been injured at work? The team of experienced Phoenix workers’ compensation lawyers at Phillips Law Group can help to determine if you are eligible to receive compensation for your injuries.

Phillips Law Group handles workers’ compensation claims, as well as other Arizona employment law cases, including wage and hour claims. One of our workers’ compensation attorneys will work with you and your insurance company to recover the payments to which you are entitled, and they have years of experience to present the strongest possible case for you.

If you or a loved one was injured on the job, you must act quickly. Under Arizona law, your employer must be notified about the accident and/or job-related injury within 30 days of its occurrence.

Your ability to recover compensation is very dependent on you meeting deadlines and filing the correct paperwork, and the help of a dedicated lawyer can help you with those tasks. Phillips Law Group will walk you through this process, and make sure that your claim goes as smoothly as possible.

There are no upfront costs for our initial review. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation of your claim and we only get paid when we obtain a recovery or settle your case. If you need assistance from a great team of Phoenix workers’ compensation lawyers, the skilled professionals at Phillips should be the first ones you call!

To learn more, call (602) 258-8888 or fill out our online form today.

+ When Do I Need an Attorney?

If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s time to call an attorney. Studies show that the average insurance award with an attorney is 3 times higher than without. Call (602) 258-8888 to tell us your story and get a free case review.

+ Should I Accept an Insurance Offer?

Insurance adjusters work for the insurance companies, and their priority is to make sure they pay as little as possible for the insurance claim. Talk to a lawyer before accepting an insurance offer to make sure you are getting a fair settlement.

+ How Much Does It Cost To Hire an Attorney?

There’s no fee to start your case. At Phillips Law Group we work on a contingency basis. That means you don’t pay us anything unless we ultimately win your case.

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    Workers’ Compensation Overview

    Workers’ compensation was one of the first forms of social insurance in the United States. As a means of protection for both employers and employees, all states, including Arizona and California, work with the federal government to provide injured workers with financial assistance after an on-the-job injury or illness.

    The main objectives of workers’ compensation in Arizona include:

    • Providing cash benefits and medical care to employees who have suffered work-related injury or illness
    • Providing survivor benefits to those dependents of workers whose injury resulted in death

    Collecting workers’ compensation payments is often not as simple as filling out the correct forms. But your employer, or your employer’s insurance company, may look for ways to avoid paying your claim.

    For example, your employer or their insurance company may argue that your injury was actually caused outside of working hours, or that your own conduct caused the accident. If this is the case, it may be more difficult to get your claim approved.

    Phillips Law Group handles workers’ compensation claims, as well as other Arizona employment law cases including wage and hour claims. With years of experience, a workers’ compensation attorney will work with you and your insurance company to recover the payments to which you are entitled.

    If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, report the injury as soon as possible. According to Arizona law, your employer must be notified about the accident and/or job-related injury within 30 days of its occurrence. In addition, your employer must notify its insurance company and arrange for your medical care.

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    Disability Benefits

    If your on-the-job injury results in a disability (whether permanent or temporary), you will receive either weekly or monthly benefits while your disability exists, or a lump-sum payment for your permanent impairment.

    The amount of money you will receive for your workers’ compensation benefits will depend on how your injury is classified. Your doctor will rate your level of impairment, and determine if you will be impaired permanently or on a temporary basis. How you are rated will determine the types of benefits you will receive.

    Dependent upon your injury, the following types of disability benefits may apply to your injury:

    • Permanent Impairment Benefits: payments for permanent disabilities, like blindness, loss of limbs or digits, or disfigurement.
    • Permanent Total Benefits: payments made to people who are permanently and completely disabled, so much so that they can never return to work.
    • Supplemental Benefits: payment for disability with an impairment rating of 20 percent or higher. In this regard, the employee either returned to work earning less than the pre-injury income or the employee cannot yet return to work and cannot find an appropriate job.
    • Temporary Partial Benefits: payments for disability where an employee continues to work, on a limited basis, during recovery.
    • Temporary Total Benefits: the payments associated with an employee who is prevented from working for a temporary period of time prior to achieving full medical progress.
    • Death Benefits: payments collected by the surviving dependents if an employee dies as a result of an accident within 1 year, or an accident occurring within 5 years if a continuous disability is present.

    Understanding the appropriate and available disability benefits is essential to your case. A workers’ compensation attorney from Phillips Law Group will walk you through each step in this process.

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    Phillips Law Group Will Help You Recover

    Workers’ compensation cases can become complicated quickly. Often, proving that your job caused your injury can be difficult, and may require extensive legal and medical documentation.

    At Phillips Law Group, we understand the workers’ compensation process throughout the Southwest and can represent you on your claim in Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Utah.

    If you were injured on the job, don’t wait! Your ability to recover compensation depends on you meeting deadlines and filing the correct paperwork. Phillips Law Group will walk you through this process, and make sure that your claim goes as smoothly as possible.

    Call 1-800-706-3000 or use our online case evaluation form

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