Yuma Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Arizona Workers’ Comp Laws
While employers are required by law to take care of their employees when they are hurt on the job, they often try to redirect the blame to avoid having their rates increase when reporting an accident. When such a breach of duty occurs, getting help from a qualified workers' compensation attorney in Arizona can be the best way to protect your legal interests in a workers' compensation case.
You may have a workers' compensation legal case if an employer and the insurance company:
- Fail to provide you with the compensatory funds in a workers' compensation case you are entitled to receive
- Directly defy the terms of your contract
- Fail to act in a timely manner
If you have filed a valid workers' compensation claim with your insurance company for an on-the-job injury or accident that was not honored, you have the right to pursue a civil action for the workers' compensation damages you are owed.
Territorial Law, L.L.C. Workers’ Comp Legal Counsel
If you are injured on the job in Arizona, workers' compensation is designed to compensate you for your losses. Employers must carry this insurance on your behalf and honor your claim. If you were affected by a personal injury on the job, a legal contract exists between the employer, employee, and the insurer which legally obliges the carrier to provide benefits under the terms of the employer's workman's compensation policy.
Both employers and insurance carriers are required to act in good faith and fair dealings when evaluating worker claims. If you feel you were unfairly denied benefits, get help from the Yuma workers’ compensation lawyer at Territorial Law today.
At Territorial Law, our Yuma personal injury attorneys have extensive experience protecting individuals in workers' compensation cases throughout Arizona. We uphold our clients’ interests with distinction and competence, and we take the time to help them understand what to expect and how to prepare. You have legal options, and our team can help you make the most of them.
Please contact us for a complimentary consultation and speak with an experienced attorney from Territorial Law regarding your case. We offer both English- and Spanish-speaking services to best serve your needs.
Schedule your free consultation by dialing (928) 783-8879 now or contacting us online.