Brian Clymer, Attorney at Law

Tucson Disability Law Blog

In break from '16 campaign promise, Trump looks to cut $10 billion from Social Security disability insurance benefits

A president's budget is sign of an administration's priorities, and President Trump's proposed budget bears no good news for America's disabled workers, seniors, children, and poor.

Expect more delays from an ICA saddled with makeshift management system

Launched in May 2019, the new "ICA Community" online portal is not working as promised -- for injured workers, defendant insurance carriers, and even for the Industrial Commission's own employees.

Thankful for our clients

Thumbnail image for Happy Thanksgiving.pngAs we prepare to celebrate the holiday weekend, Brian Clymer Attorney at Law wants to take a moment to thank our clients for the privilege of representing them on their workers' compensation and Social Security disability claims. 

Brian Clymer Attorney at Law earns accolades as regional "Best Lawyers" firm

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers announced today that Brian Clymer Attorney at Law was selected Best Law Firms 2020 for being regionally ranked Tier 1 for Workers' Compensation Law-Claimants in Tucson.

KTAR Investigative Report Shames City Into Accepting Firefighter's Cancer Claim


use Firefighter Cancer Series Logo.jpgAn investigative documentary on the denial of workers' compensation claims for benefits by cancer-stricken Phoenix Valley firefighters shows what can happen when jouralists take their watch dog roles seriously.

Law office closed Monday in observation of Labor Day, September 2

The law office of Brian Clymer Attorney at Law will be closed Monday, September 2, in honor of Labor Day, which pays tribute to the achievements of millions of hardworking folks across our country.

Appellate Ruling Establishes Carriers Must Investigate a Claim Before Denying It

We're coming up on the one-year anniversary of an Arizona Court of Appeals decision that held it's bad faith in workers' compensation if a claims adjuster denies a claim without first conducting even a basic investigation. In Tapia v. Indus. Comm'n, 245 Ariz. 258 (App. 2018), the Banner University Medical Center claims adjuster, who denied the injured workers' claim, failed to conduct the insurance-industry standard three-point investigation - that's an unreasonable denial of a claim, said the court of appeals in a published decision. Attorney Laura Clymer litigated the underlying compensability issue in the Tapia case, as well as the administrative bad faith claim at the Industrial Commission.

ICA Vows to Hold Carriers Accountable But Will It Make Good on the Promise?

Attorney Laura Clymer joined hundreds of workers' compensation claims adjusters, nurse case managers, HR representatives, and attorneys representing both sides at the Industrial Commission's Annual two-day seminar at Camelback Inn last week.

Firm Finds Value in Keeping Tabs on Annual Industrial Commission Claims Seminar

Workers' compensation insurance claims adjusters are heading to Scottsdale for the annual Industrial Commission of Arizona Claims Seminar this Thursday and Friday.