Help For Injured Workers Seeking Compensation

The application process to obtain workers' compensation benefits is complex and time-consuming. Injured workers should have an attorney who knows the workers' compensation law and is ready to stand with them throughout the entire case. Without professional representation, many injured workers fail to receive the justice and compensation they deserve.

Starting The Workers' Compensation Process

If your injury is job-related, you are covered under workers' compensation regardless of who caused the accident. You should begin the process by reporting the details of your workplace injury to your supervisor and requesting the claim form that the law says an employer must provide. At this point, request that your employer refer you to a medical care provider. However, if the injury is serious, first seek immediate medical attention and then notify your employer, in writing, as soon as possible. It also pays to talk to our experienced lawyer.

Protect Your Rights And Seek The Compensation You Deserve

We understand the difficulty and hardship that a workplace or on-the-job injury can have on an individual and their family. We have personally advised and represented injured Arizona workers to help ensure they receive maximize benefits from the workers' compensation insurance company.

Don't let your workplace injury go unnoticed. Call now! Contact the Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski today at 602-234-3700 (800-224-3220 toll free in Arizona) or via email to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation at one of our many conveniently located offices throughout Arizona. You will receive prompt, courteous and respectful service and will only pay if we are successful in obtaining benefits for you. Our main law office is in Phoenix, and we handle workers' compensation claims throughout Arizona.

Injured Today? Write Down The Details Of Your Injury

After sustaining a workplace injury, you should write down the details surrounding the injury while they are fresh in your mind. At a minimum, a record of the event should include the following elements:

  • Exact date and time of the injury
  • Location of the employee during the injury
  • All body parts injured
  • A brief statement of the events surrounding the injury. How did this happen?

This record will help us properly evaluate your claim and provide evidence if your claim is denied.

Download Our Free Guide

Our free guide contains knowledge to help the injured worker understand the workers' compensation application process.