Legal Question in Workers Comp in Arizona

is a hernia under workman's com coverage different from any other injury?

Asked on 2/10/12, 4:17 pm

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Thomas Stillwell Stillwell Law Office, PLLC
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Yes, under Arizona law a hernia is presumed to NOT be covered by workers' comp unless certain very specific circumstances exist, and even then, benefits are limited to 2 months' of compensation. If you Google "arizona revised statutes hernia Title 23" you get to the statute, ARS 23-1043, which is fairly self-explanatory. You can also find information about it at the Industrial Commission of Arizona website.

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Answered on 2/10/12, 4:35 pm

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