Workmen"s compensation law of the State of Arizona
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Workmen"s compensation law of the State of Arizona containing Workmen"s compensation law [and] Occupational disease disability law, with digests, annotations, and supplementary laws, revised to December 1968. by Arizona

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Published by American Insurance Association in New York .
Written in English



  • Arizona.


  • Workers" compensation -- Law and legislation -- Arizona

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ContributionsAmerican Insurance Association., Arizona.
LC ClassificationsKFA2742 .A3 1968
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 108 p.
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5345673M
LC Control Number72207287

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  Benefit Types. Arizona pays medical expenses, compensation for lost wages, and death benefits. With regards to compensation for lost wages, it comes in the form of temporary total disability (TTD), permanent total disability (PTD), and permanent partial disability (PPD) benefits. All three provide compensation equal to 66 2/3% of the worker's average monthly wage, and all three .   Businesses Required to Carry Coverage. All employers with one or more employees are required to carry workers’ compensation coverage, unless exempt. Certain employers are exempt from the coverage requirement: Agricultural employers with less than three full-time employees or a yearly payroll of less than $15,/5(2). Arizona workers’ compensation is governed by the Arizona Workers’ Compensation Act located in Chapter 6 of Title 23 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, and the Workers’ Compensation Practice and Procedure administrative rules located in Chapter 5 of Title 20 of the Arizona Administrative Code. Workers’ compensation is governed by the laws found in Arti Section 8 of the Arizona State Constitution, Chapter 6 of Title 23 of the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S. § et .

The Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) is the primary state agency that handles workers’ comp claims. Most of the law for WC insurance is contained in Arizona’s Title 23 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, which covers the ICA. In addition, Title 20 Chapter 5 of . Arizona Workers’ Compensation Laws As an employer in Arizona, you’re required to provide workers’ compensation insurance for your employees. In fact, workers’ comp in Arizona is a “no fault” system. This means injured workers always receive medical benefits and compensation, no matter what caused their job-related accident. 1.   Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated §§ , et seq. Every person in the. service of the state, any political subdivision, or any person in the service of any. employer subject to the workers' compensation provisions is considered to be an employee. Casual employees or not in the usual course of a trade. Arizona workers’ Compensation Benefits: Your workers’ compensation rate will be % of your gross monthly wage. As of Jan. 1, , the maximum monthly amount an injured worker can receive was $3, It will be adjusted annually to reflect increases in Arizona’s average annual wage, not to increase more than 5 percent per year.

Compensation Guidelines The Compensation Guidelines used by agencies to administer salary and compensation within their workforce continue to be reviewed and revised to ensure our practices are aligned with the implementation of the Arizona Management system. The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) administers four major disability compensation programs which provides to federal workers (or their dependents) and other specific groups who are injured at work or acquire an occupational disease – providing the injured:/p> Wage replacement benefits Medical treatment Vocational rehabilitation Other benefits . Workers’ compensation statute of limitations in Arizona An injured employee has one year from the date of injury to file a claim. The worker has a responsibility to notify the employer as soon as possible when an injury has occurred. Once the carrier has received the claim notice, it has 21 days to accept or deny it. A summary of changes made to the Workers' Compensation Statute and rules is available below. See O.C.G.A. Ti Chapter 9, for the complete statute.