Timely, dedicated representation to injured workers in Yuma for over 43 years
As the employment market expands in Yuma with more commercial and agricultural jobs, there are higher risks and dangers associated with these jobs. If you are hurt on the job as an injured worker, you should seek advice from a local, knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney who understands your specific needs.
The Law Offices of Robert E. Wisniewski (Yuma branch) has represented the hardworking citizens of Yuma for over 43 years — including farm and factory workers, construction workers and laborers, healthcare providers, first and last responders, police officers and firefighters.
We offer experienced legal consultations and services in workers’ compensation cases across Yuma County:
- Fortuna Foothills
- San Luis
Unlike other law firms, workers’ compensation is all we do – all day, every day – and we do it well.
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“Mr. Wisniewski is the best lawyer that I have ever had the pleasure of working with and knowing. His dedication to me as a client has been unmatched. He is kind, caring, empathetic, and genuinely concerned about others. My life was restored after working with him and I was able to heal and continue teaching because of him.” – N.A.
1455 W. 16th Street A2
Yuma, AZ 85364
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Resources for Injured Workers in Yuma, AZ
In Yuma County and throughout the state of Arizona, the workers’ compensation system requires employers to offer insurance benefits to their employees who suffer a job-related injury or illness.
Workers’ comp is a no-fault system, meaning the employer is 100% liable for job-related injuries or illnesses experienced by their employees — no matter who’s responsible for the workplace accident.
As a result, employees typically aren’t allowed to sue their employers to receive insurance benefits.
If you or a loved one were hurt on the job in Yuma, you might find the following local resources helpful:
Official website of the City of Yuma, Arizona
Official website of Yuma County, Arizona
Official website of Yuma County Sheriff’s Office
A local crisis response network for housing, domestic violence, health care, veteran services, mental health, substance abuse, and more
Official website of the Arizona bar where you can find a board-certified lawyer, get legal help and more
Everything an Injured Worker in Arizona Needs To Know
Visit the following pages and resources for more helpful information about workers’ compensation:
Get current information about compensation for these serious workplace injuries.
How compensation works in an on-the-job auto accident while driving for work
Who’s liable for an electrical accident at work in Arizona — the employer or the employee?
How to get compensation for a workplace slip and fall accident
Serving Arizona’s Workers Hurt on the Job
How Arizona workers’ comp law applies to firefighters injured or killed in the line of duty
Our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers stand up for police officers injured on duty.
How ambulance drivers, EMTs and paramedics in Arizona can obtain their workers’ comp benefits
How to get workers’ compensation as a professional athlete in Arizona
Yes, you are still entitled to workers’ compensation.
Employers may misclassify workers to avoid paying workers’ comp. We can review your job duties to determine if you are eligible.
More Resources on Arizona Workers’ Comp
Learn what medical care and income benefits you may be entitled to.
Find out if traumatic workplace events that cause PTSD are covered in Arizona.
Learn about this complex process and what to do in Arizona.
Contact our team immediately to begin the protest process.
How to submit a request to change doctors
Questions and answers about compensation for a job-related accident, injury or illness in Arizona
Arizona Workers’ Compensation GuideFREE E-BOOK
What do you do if you’re injured on-the-job? Our free guide contains knowledge to help the injured worker understand the workers’ compensation application process.