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20 May If You are Injured on the Job and Can Never Work that Same Job Again, Can You Work from Home Doing Another Job for the Same Employer?

When Your Work-Related Injury Ends Your Current Job Permanently When you have an accident on the job and permanent physical injuries stop you from ever performing that same job again, you could work remotely from home for the same employer in another capacity. Much of what...

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27 Apr Can You Still Get Arizona Workers’ Compensation Benefits When You Are Required to Work from Home and Have an Accident?

Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Remote Workers Remote worker eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits operates the same as workers’ compensation eligibility for on-site workers in Arizona. The pandemic has taught employers that many positions can be worked from homes, such as accounting, marketing, sales, and other computer-based...

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19 Jan Traumatic Brain Injuries Easier to Detect with Blood Protein Test Validates Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Brain Injuries Common During Severe Vehicle Accidents Brain injuries are common in severe vehicle accidents, particularly when the head hits the driver’s side door or the steering wheel. Skull trauma can also occur when the head is hit by a flying object from within the vehicle,...

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30 Dec The Impact of COVID-19 on Workers’ Compensation: What Does This Mean for You?

Working in a Tough Year Arizona’s Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) put out a substantive policy statement on May 14th, 2020, which states that claim representatives for workers’ compensation “may not categorically deny COVID-19 claims.” Along with this, there must be a thorough investigation and review...

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24 Dec When Employer Insurance Companies Say “No” to COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation Claims

The Battle Begins The battle for COVID-19 workers’ compensation claims to be approved has already begun at various points around the United States. Like past battles with insurance companies denying claims for job-related cancer manifestations in firefighters and other first-responder groups, the pandemic has shown that...

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