Comprehensive Workers' Compensation Representation From Experienced Attorneys

At Jerome, Gibson, Stewart, Stevenson, Engle & Runbeck, P.C., we talk to people every day who want to know what steps to take after being injured on the job. Many people mistakenly think their employer will handle the details and the system will automatically kick in. We can help you get the benefits you are counting on for medical treatment and earnings while you are recovering.

For over 40 years, we have been earning our reputation as one of Arizona's pre-eminent workers' compensation law firms — one successful claim at a time. We are a team of workers' compensation specialists, as certified by the State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization.

Our dedicated workers' compensation attorneys handle all types of work injury cases, including construction accidents, truck driver injuries, electrical accidents, repetitive injuries, factory injuries, death and much more. Our attorneys can help you with your workers' compensation case from start to finish and beyond.

  • If you have just been injured and have not started the process, we will get you going down the right path.
  • If you are involved in a dispute about your workers' compensation case, we will stand by your side to see that your voice is heard.
  • If your claim has been denied, we will not let the process stop there.

What To Do After A Workplace Injury

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury on the job, here are some basic steps to follow:

  • Report your injury promptly to your supervisor: Your employer is required by state law to report all workplace accidents that result in an injury and lost time at work. Make sure you get the names of witnesses and correct facts in the report.
  • Obtain medical treatment: Even if your injuries do not seem serious, you will be required to seek medical attention in order to collect workers' compensation benefits. You may be directed to a pre-authorized doctor for initial treatment. You are usually entitled to seek continued treatment and care from the doctor of your choice.
  • Talk to an experienced workers' compensation attorney: A qualified workers' compensation lawyer can show you how the system works and what options you will be faced with regarding permanent or temporary disability, job retraining, returning to work and co-benefits through the federal system.
  • Follow your doctor's orders: Stick to prescribed medication and physical rehabilitation of your injuries.

Talk To An Experienced Attorney Today

Our lawyers advise and represent clients in communities throughout Coconino County, Maricopa County, Pima County, Pinal County and Yavapai County. We offer free consultations in Phoenix and Tucson. We handle workers' compensation cases mainly on a contingency fee basis. Call us at 602-635-6561, or contact our office by email to discuss your case with an attorney.