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What Happens After the Administrative Hearing in an Arizona Workers’ Compensation Case?

After the final hearing, the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) will issue a written decision. The decision will be based on all documents, testimony and other evidence submitted throughout the duration of the Workers’ Compensation case. The final decision is usually issued within 30-60 days after the date of the last filed transcript and after any post-post-hearing memorandums are submitted

Arizona law does not require an injured worker to be represented by an attorney, but the likelihood for success is greater when represented by an experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney. Robert Wisniewski is a Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist with over 30 years of experience. Contact the Law Office of Robert E. Wisniewski at (602) 234-3700 or 1-800-224-3220 to schedule a free consultation. For additional information, you can also visit www.azhurtonthejob.com

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