Workers Compensation Laws for Employers

 

Any employer in Arizona with one or more employee’s working part-time or full are required to have insurance that covers worker’s compensation. This insurance supplies injured workers with compensations if they get hurt, sick, or are temporarily disabled while at work. If you get hurt, or become ill while at work it’s important to let your employer know immediately. They’re required to report your injury or illness to their insurance company and the Industrial Commission of Arizona.

Worker’s compensation was setup to protect both employees and employers from financial hardship after an accident at work. The law guarantees compensation to employee’s, and also keeps employer’s from facing unnecessary lawsuits. Each state pays a different rate to injured employee’s. If you have questions regarding workers’ compensation laws in Arizona then our experienced employment law team is available to help.


What All Employer’s Need to Know about Workers Compensation

Handling a workers compensation claim requires a knowledgeable employment law team who is up to the date with the most current practices. It can be difficult to determine whether or not your employee has a workers comp case, since each individual claim is unique. That’s why we encourage you to call us for a private consultation if you need legal guidance. We can help you determine your employee’s rights within their specific situation.

An employee’s compensation claim can lead to a wrongful termination lawsuit if you choose to terminate them based on their injury or claim. As an employer, you’re required to have worker’s compensation insurance for all of your employees.


Questions About Worker’s Compensation?

If you’re an employer with questions about the legality of an employee’s case against you, or what your rights are as an employer, then our team can help. We have experience defending employer’s against predatory claims. We can also help you determine whether or not your company’s insurance meets all the necessary requirements for worker’s compensation.

If you’re an employee who needs help collecting worker’s compensation from an employer who refuses to acknowledge your injury then we’re also available to assist you. We’ll work with you to get back the lost wages and finances you’re legally owed from your employer.

 

Call our Employment Law team at (480) 464-1111 to discuss your case today.

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