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Prescott Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

If you get injured while on the job, you should be entitled to workers’ compensation to help you pay for your injuries. As long as your claim is accepted, you will be reimbursed by the state workers’ compensation program for your incurred medical expenses. However, all too often, companies or even the workers’ compensation benefits-approval company try to avoid paying these costs.

There are strict rules and regulations that you have to follow in order to properly document your injury and then receive compensation or reimbursement for your medical care. Oftentimes, you must report the incident immediately, then you must see approved doctors from your job’s list.

All of this can become very confusing and can lead to you not getting coverage. If you have been involved in a construction site accident or any other work-related accident, the best thing you can do is follow the proper procedures and contact our attorneys. Especially if you’re being denied coverage, you need to contact our Prescott workers’ compensation lawyers so we can help fight to get you what you deserve. Call us today at (928) 778-2660 or send us a message online.

Seeking Help When Your Claim Is Denied

It is a very frequent occurrence that claims for workers’ compensation coverage will be denied. When this happens, you need legal assistance to fight for your benefits. Our personal injury attorneys have extensive experience with workers’ compensation laws and know how to do the proper research and due diligence to get you reimbursed.

We operate on a contingency fee basis, which means that we will review your case for free. Then, we cover all of the incurred costs 100%. We only collect a percentage of your settlement if we win the case. In addition to that, our attorneys agree that they should never receive more than our client’s net recovery.

Contact Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. today so we can help you get what you need and deserve to recover from your injuries. You can fill out the contact form on this page or call us at (928) 778-2660. Depending on the circumstances of your case, our Prescott workers’ comp lawyers can also build a personal injury case against your employer or another liable party.

We serve clients in Prescott, Sedona, Chino Valley, Cottonwood, and Prescott Valley.

Frequently Asked Questions About Worker’s Compensation:

Can I take legal action if my employer does not have workers’ compensation insurance?

If so, the Industrial Commission of Arizona has a Special Fund to cover the uninsured employer, so no worries for the victim but do not delay in making your injury claim to the Industrial Commission (you can do so on-line within one year of the accident date). If an employer fails to maintain workers’ compensation insurance for its employees, the ICA may file an injunction requiring the employer to cease operations until it obtains workers’ compensation insurance. Moreover, an employer with no workers’ compensation insurance can be charged with a class 6 felony.

My workers’ compensation claim was denied, can I take legal action?

An appeal can be filed if you qualify for workers’ compensation according to Arizona law, but are denied coverage. In order to receive benefits, you need to request a hearing at the local Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. You will benefit from legal assistance to assert your denied claim, so contact an experienced workers comp lawyer ASAP.

Are part-time employees and independent contractors eligible for workers’ compensation in Arizona?

Workers’ compensation benefits are usually available to part-time employees who are injured or ill on the job.For independent contractors, however, employers are not usually required to purchase coverage for them.To learn more, you need to confer with an experienced worker compensation lawyer because each case had different facts and different laws can apply.