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 […]

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 […]