Help When You Need It Most
We seek to make the workers' comp and SSD processes as easy as possible for you. We complete much of the paperwork in collaboration with you so that you do not have the added anxiety of navigating these complex systems during an already stressful time in your life.
Tucson Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Southern Arizona Social Security Disability Lawyers
Regardless of your line of work, you deserve compensation when you are hurt on the job. Our firm provides honest legal counsel to a broad range of workers, including public safety employees, mine workers, educators, health care providers, and nurses.
Coping with an injury or disability is stressful enough. Our attorneys and our staff will handle the legal details of your workers’ comp or SSD claim and work collaboratively to ease the burden on your shoulders.
We often hear clients tell us that they feel uneasy about applying for workers’ compensation or SSD; they feel as if the injury is somehow their fault. It is important to remember that these programs were created to help workers get back on their feet and maintain their independence. If you need support through the workers’ comp system or Social Security, there is no reason to feel guilty.
Contact Brian Clymer, Attorney at Law
If you are unable to work as a result of an injury or disability, contact Tucson Social Security Disability attorney Brian Clymer at 520-323-1234 to schedule an initial interview. We handle workers’ comp and SSD cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not owe a fee unless we win.
Our Latest Blog Posts
- May 14 – Industrial Commission: Carriers must investigate COVID-19 claims before denying
- Apr 30 – In-person visits to Industrial Commission remain suspended
- Apr 15 – Minnesota, Illinois adopt presumptive coverage for most front line employees who contract COVID-19. Should Arizona be next? Yes.
- Apr 07 – Not just an ending but a place to begin — ‘Praise Song for the Pandemic’
- Apr 02 – Social Security recipients will receive economic stimulus payment; no need to file tax return, Treasury Secretary confirms