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Car Accidents

When you are injured in a car accident while traveling for work, you may be eligible to apply for workers' comp benefits to compensate for your medical care and lost earnings, even if the accident was your fault. This is in addition to any potential personal injury claim against the driver of the other vehicle, or a claim under your personal injury policy.

At Crossman Law Offices, P.C., we have practiced only Arizona workers' compensation law for 65 years combined. Our Phoenix workers' compensation lawyers are certified by the State Bar of Arizona as Workers' Compensation Specialists. We can help if you have suffered a loss of earning capacity.

Were you injured in a car accident while traveling for work? Call us at 888-841-1197 or contact us online for a FREE CONSULTATION. You will work directly with a lawyer.

Helping You With Work Comp Benefits After a Car Accident

Injuries suffered in a work-related car accident can keep you from being able to do your actual job temporarily or even permanently, leading to loss of earning capacity. A successful workers' compensation claim can compensate you for these losses. Seek out the help of an experienced Arizona workman's comp attorney.

Unfortunately, Arizona workers' compensation laws do not guarantee that you can keep your job. Talk to experienced workers' comp attorneys if you are concerned about being fired after you file for workers' compensation.

Contact Our Arizona Law Firm for Help After a Car Crash at Work

The Phoenix workers' compensation lawyers at Crossman Law Offices understand the workers' compensation process and can assist you in receiving the benefits to which you may be entitled after you have been injured in a work-related car accident. Call us or contact us online. We are available at your convenience, and we offer FREE PHONE CONSULTATIONS.

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