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Phoenix Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

A workplace injury can change your life in the blink of an eye. You may have gone to work every day for years, and now you might not be able to return for weeks, months, or longer. Whether the accident happened to you or a loved one, contact a skilled Phoenix workers’ compensation lawyer at Stone Rose Law to discuss your legal options. Reach us online or call our local law office at (480) 498-8998 anytime.

Why Choose Rose, Klein & Marias LLP to Handle Your Workers’ Comp Claim?

  • Superior legal representation: We provide each client with high quality legal representation that is also affordable.
  • Proven track record: We will work tirelessly to achieve a successful outcome to your case.
  • Knowledge and experience: Our team has decades of combined experience dealing with difficult employers and helping injured employees get the compensation they deserve.

How Can a Phoenix Workers’ Compensation Attorney Help?

Employers and their insurance companies have been known to deny, unjustly delay, and reduce workers’ compensation claims. A skilled Phoenix workers’ comp lawyer can protect you if you are facing opposition or difficulty when attempting to obtain the fair amount of workers’ compensation that you need to cover the cost of your losses and recovery.

Additionally, a workplace accident attorney can help you determine if a third party can be held responsible. Proving a third-party claim can be complex as you must demonstrate the party’s negligence. Your workers’ compensation attorney can work with you to gather the necessary evidence to prove their liability.

Common Workplace Injuries

There is no limit to the type of injury that can occur at a place of work, but certain types of injuries and accidents are more common than others. Some of the workplace injuries our Phoenix personal injury lawyers have experience handling include:

  • Heavy lifting injuries: back sprains, muscle tears, hernias, and herniated discs requiring surgery.
  • Occupational diseases: caused by exposure to dangerous substances or unsanitary environments.
  • Repetitive motion injuries: such as carpal tunnel, tendinitis, or bursitis.
  • Trips, slips and falls: head or brain injury caused either by falling (commonly from a ladder), or from falling objects in a work environment.
  • Being struck by or caught in moving machinery: crushed hands and limbs, severed fingers, blindness, and even worse.
  • Car accidents
  • Fire and explosions

What Are My Options for Compensation After a Workplace Injury?

After being hurt on the job, you are typically entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, regardless of fault. These benefits can cover:

  • Medical expenses
  • Temporary wages
  • Permanent compensation or job retraining for severe injuries

Both full-time and part-time workers have the right to workers’ compensation benefits in Arizona. You are responsible for filing the claim, and it must be done within one year of the injury. However, you should notify your employer as soon as you can. That will make filling out the documents you need for the claim much easier.

You also may be able to file a third-party claim against another party unrelated to your employer, whose negligence (failure to take proper care) contributed to your workplace injury. For example, claims are often filed against manufacturers of defective tools, subcontractors or general contractors, property owners, and at-fault drivers who crash into company vehicles. Learn all of your legal options after sustaining a work injury by speaking with a knowledgeable Phoenix workers’ compensation attorney at Stone Rose Law.

Injured on the Job? Contact a Workers’ Comp Attorney in Phoenix, AZ

Seeking compensation after a workplace injury can seem overwhelming, but you do not have to handle it on your own. The Phoenix workers’ compensation attorneys at Stone Rose Law are ready to assist and fight for you. Contact our law offices today at (480) 498-8998 or schedule a free consultation online.