Workplace Accidents Attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona

Workplace accidents can turn your world upside down in an instant. One moment you're focused on your duties, and the next, you're facing physical pain, emotional distress, and the burden of unexpected medical bills. Fortunately, you have rights and options. 

At Faussette & Faussette PLLC, we're here to assure you that you're not alone. Our firm, led by Jacob Faussette and Nicholis Faussette, is based in Phoenix, Arizona, serving clients across the Valley and the Greater Phoenix Area, as well as surrounding cities. We're committed to standing up for the rights of accident victims and ensuring they receive the compensation they deserve.  

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Understanding Workplace Accidents  

Workplace accidents can happen in various scenarios and industries, often due to factors like negligence, unsafe working conditions, or defective equipment. These incidents can lead to a wide range of injuries, from minor to severe and even life-threatening. Moreover, accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and it's crucial to know that you can seek workers’ compensation for your injuries. Here are some key points to understand about workplace accidents:

  • They can occur in any industry, not just those traditionally considered "dangerous."

  • The accidents can range from auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents to pedestrian accidents.

  • Causes can vary widely, from slips and falls to machinery accidents, exposure to hazardous substances, defective products, and more.

  • Injuries can be both physical and psychological, with potential long-term impacts on health and well-being.

  • The types of injuries that can result from personal injury cases include catastrophic injuries that can significantly impact your life.

  • With the help of an attorney, you can seek help with medical bills, lost wages, emotional trauma, property damage, pain and suffering, and rehabilitative services.

Establishing Liability in Workplace Accidents  

To successfully pursue compensation following a workplace accident, we need to establish liability. This involves demonstrating that another party, such as an employer, co-worker, or third-party contractor, acted negligently or recklessly, leading to your injuries. Here's how our personal injury attorneys can help establish liability: 

  • Gathering and analyzing evidence from the accident scene. 

  • Interviewing witnesses who saw what happened. 

  • Reviewing company safety records and practices. 

  • Consulting with experts to understand how the accident occurred. 

  • Determining if any safety regulations were violated. 

Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim

If you've been injured at work, you might be considering filing a workers' compensation claim. It's essential to understand the process because it can be complex. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to file a workers' compensation claim in Arizona:

  • Begin the process by submitting a document known as a "complaint" to the court clerk.

  • In the complaint, detail the parties involved, the incident, your injuries, why the defendant is legally accountable, and the relief (damages) you're seeking.

  • Adhere to specific rules for workers' compensation cases, such as assigning your case to a damage tier.

  • Keep in mind the time limits for filing a workers' compensation claim in Arizona, which is generally within one year of the work-related injury.

  • Consider exceptions to the general time limit, like for minors or when the employer leaves the state after the injury.

  • If you're filing a claim against the government or government employees, follow specific rules and provide written notice of your claim.

  • Demonstrate that the employer or a third party was legally responsible for your injuries, typically by showing negligence.

  • Be aware of Arizona's pure comparative negligence system, where damages may be reduced if you're found partly at fault.

  • Take note that Arizona does not have caps on damages in workers' compensation cases.

  • If you're unable to settle your workers' compensation claim, consult with an experienced Arizona lawyer, like us at Faussette & Faussette PLLC, to file a lawsuit.

Denied Workers' Compensation Benefits?

When your workers' compensation claim gets denied, it can feel like a heavy blow. But don't lose hope. At Faussette & Faussette PLLC, we're here to assist you every step of the way. We'll help you navigate the complex legal landscape and stand up for your rights as an injured worker. Our team has the resources to build a strong appeal, represent you in hearings, and advocate for what you deserve.

The Role of a Personal Injury Attorney  

A personal injury attorney plays a crucial role in helping you get the compensation you deserve. They can help you understand your rights, guide you through the legal process, gather evidence, establish liability, negotiate with insurance companies, and if necessary, represent you in court. At Faussette & Faussette PLLC, we're dedicated to providing you with the best legal representation possible.  

Workplace Accidents Attorneys Serving
Phoenix, Arizona

Workplace accidents can leave you facing physical, emotional, and financial challenges. But remember, you don't have to face these challenges alone. If you or a loved one has been involved in a workplace accident in Phoenix, Arizona, don't hesitate to reach out to us at Faussette & Faussette PLLC. We're here to provide you with the legal representation and support you need. Contact us today for a free consultation.