When a Contractor is Actually an Employee, What Happens if He’s Injured at Work?

Recently, California’s Labor Commission ruled that an Uber driver was an employee rather than a contractor, a decision that could have a widespread impact on workers compensation law. Uber, the ride-sharing company, argues that drivers set their own schedules and determine which riders they will pick up, so they are not employees. However, the commission […]

Did You Know That Any Injury At Work Can Be Covered? Here’s How

Injured at work? You’re not alone. Countless people get injured at work every day, leaving them out of a job, out of money, and scrambling to deal with workers’ compensation issues. Sometimes it’s obvious that you deserve workers’ compensation benefits in the event of a major injury. You may think that a smaller injury is not […]

Injured At Work? Here’s How A Workers’ Compensation Attorney Can Help

Getting injured at work is a very stressful problem for many. If you’re injured at work, you may not know where to start — how will you pay your bills? What about medical appointments? Will you be able to return to work, and how can you survive in the meantime? A State Bar of Arizona […]