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Helping Injured Workers In Arizona Since 1973

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Work accidents often leave behind grieving family members in need

Accidents can happen anywhere, at any time. However, it is the responsibility of employers to do all they can to ensure the safety of their workers, minimizing risks so that Arizona employees can do their jobs safely and responsibly without constant fear of work accidents. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration concentrates on worker safety, establishing regulations and trying to make sure that companies who fail to follow regulations are held responsible. When workplace accidents do occur, the workers' compensation program helps to ensure that injured workers or their families receive compensation.

Workers' compensation helps grieving families in wake of loss

Because construction sites tend to be relatively more dangerous places to work, most construction companies try to do everything they can to keep their workers safe. Sadly, accidents still happen from time to time, which is one of the many reasons workers' compensation is so important. When an Arizona employee is killed in a workplace accident, the last thing the surviving family should have to worry about is money.

Rules surrounding Arizona workers' compensation often complex

The laws surrounding workers who were injured on the job, in Arizona or elsewhere, are often complex, full of stipulations and exceptions. A recent workers' compensation case in another state proved no different. Workers' compensation is an insurance that was implemented to help protect injured employees, but with so many complicated rules and so many possibilities, the representation of a lawyer frequently proves critical.

Work accidents devastating when worker dies

An accident on the job in Arizona can mean lost wages, medical expenses and pain. But even more upsetting are work accidents that result in a loss of a life. In another state, a worker died at the construction site of a new hotel that he was helping to build.

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