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Why a worker's report of injury is important

There are a variety of people in Arizona who work in different fields that have varying levels of risk for getting an injury at the workplace. An injury at work is a very serious problem that could have both healthcare and financial implications. If you or someone else is injured at work, you are likely to have a claim for workers' compensation. One of the most important things to do when an injury occurs is to have a report filed with your employer.

An injury report is important because it lays out the details as to why and how a worker was injured. It creates a paper trail of an injury and documents the necessary details that may be forgotten following an accident. A worker's report of injury may contain important details, such as how the injury occurred and the length of time that is expected for necessary medical treatment.

A worker's report of injury is important for someone who is injured because it can validate a claim for workers' compensation in Arizona. Finding necessary treatment is important and often workers' compensation will help pay for everyday expenses related to the injury, including medical care. For an injury that keeps someone out of work, workers' compensation also can help pay for expenses resulting from lost income. Workers' compensation is critical for financial stability following a significant work accident and a report of injury can help validate a claim.

If you are injured at work, it's important to get medical care right away. Filing a report at work is important, as well. You can view more information about workplace accidents at our informative webpage here. There is plenty of information for someone who wants to know what he or she should do following an accident.

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