Avery N Crossman’s Guides

Avery N Crossman

Phoenix Workers' Compensation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 9
  1. Do They Have The Right To My Medical History?

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    SIGNING A MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION When you initially get hurt, the work comp insurance company or their lawyer will probably ask you to sign a medical authorization. If you read it, it can be overwhel

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  2. Pain And Suffering In Arizona Worker's Comp Law

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    Pain And Suffering Let's start with pure suffering. The short answer is that worker's comp. does not pay you for suffering. Meaning, they do not pay you for losing your house, for losing your job,

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  3. Independent Contractor

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    Who Decides What An Independent Contractor Is? Many times people call me and tell me that their employer told them that they were an independent contractor and therefore not entitled to worker’s comp

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  4. Temporary Partial Disability

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    I've Been Categorized As TPD; What Does That Mean? WHAT IS TTD? Arizona workman’s comp law has some rather funny terms. They are usually shortened versions of what the real word is. TTD stands f

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  5. Permanent Light Duty Permanent Arizona Work Injury

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    NEVER GOING BACK TO MY OLD JOB If you were hurt at work in Arizona and a doctor has now told you that you have been permanently disabled, you may be entitled to worker's compensation. The question w

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  6. Permanent Work Injury In Arizona

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    Pain and Suffering in Arizona Worker's Comp. Unfortunately, an worker hurt in Arizona does not get paid for pain and suffering. The way the system is set up is to pay people for their actual lost wa

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  7. Job Re-training In Arizona Work Comp Legal System

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    Scheduled Injury If you are left with a scheduled injury (an injury to certain parts of the body listed in the Arizona Worker's Comp. Statute) then your only option is to see if the Special Fund of t

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  8. Spouse Or Parent Killed On The Job

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    Life-Time Monthly Checks If your spouse was killed on the job, or if you are a child under the age of 18, you may be entitled to Arizona Worker's Comp. Dependent's Benefits. You must be able to prov

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  9. Arizona Work Comp Independent Medical Exam

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    Does Arizona Work Comp. Law Require I Go To An IME? Yes, you are required to go to an IME. If you fail to go, or miss the appointment, your benefits could be stopped. In Arizona Work Comp. Law, an

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  10. Notice Of Hearing In Arizona Workers Comp Law

    Written by attorney Avery Crossman, almost 4 years ago.

    What Is That? The Arizona Worker's Comp. Hearing is the same as a trial. It is your day in court. This is when you will testify. Any non-doctor witnesses you have will testify. Further hearings wil

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