If a loved one is killed while on the job, his or her family should be entitled to workers' compensation death benefits. Fatal work accidents can take a devastating financial toll on Arizona families.
When someone is renting a car for work or business, that person is relying on a company to provide a safe vehicle. The last thing anyone wants to worry about is mechanical problems, inadequate safety measures or shoddy business practices. For those Arizona residents who are on the road traveling for work, an injury can be a serious concern. Being out of work is difficult, but there are options available for those who suffer from a workplace injury.
When Arizona residents are injured on the job they may be entitled to compensation. A professional driver or construction worker may find themselves transporting large quantities of supplies each week. An injury on the roads can be devastating to someone carrying a large load. When drivers are traveling at high speeds on the Arizona roadways a crash can be even deadlier. Truck driving accidents can lead to serious long-term injuries.
Opportunities for new employment continue to abound in Arizona. The construction industry is expecting growth in 2014 and offers many prospects for jobs. When workers are working with heavy machinery and complex operations, accidents can happen. Construction accidents can lead to permanent disability, long-term care and financial turmoil. There are ways workers can get back on their feet financially to help both them and their families. Workers' compensation can help workers be reimbursed for an injury on-the-job.