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Arizona Workers' Compensation Handbook, 1992 w/2022 Cum. Supp.

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Arizona CLE Books |  Workers' Compensation
R Todd Lundmark
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Well-organized and easy-to-read, this handbook details the Arizona workers' compensation system, explains the procedural requirements, and gives you a wealth of case law interpreting the statutes and rules. Written by lawyers involved in workers' compensation law on a daily basis-many of them certified specialists-the handbook explains the workers' compensation system from the viewpoints of the worker, the employer, and the Industrial Commission 

Special Features 

  • Comprehensive table of authorities 
  • Subject index 
  • Text of relevant portions of the Arizona Constitution, statutes, and rules 
  • Text of relevant portions of the procedure manual used by the Industrial Commission`s claims division 
  • Numerous sample forms, including many used by the Industrial Commission 
  • Ethics opinions relevant to workers` compensation law


  • Origins & Institutional Development of Arizona`s Workers` Compensation System 
  • Employers & Employees 
  • "Arising Out of Employment" 
  • "In Course of Employment" 
  • Accident, Disease & Special Statutory Areas 
  • Medical Benefits 
  • Disability Benefits 
  • Death Benefits 
  • Claim Filing & Processing 
  • Hearing Procedure 
  • Reopening, Rearrangement & Settlements 
  • Exclusivity & Third-Party Liability 
  • Coordination of Benefits & Conflicts of Law


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Lundmark, Barberich, LaMont & Slavin PC

has been a member of the State Bar of Arizona since 1981. He received his B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Arizona in 1978, and his J.D. in 1981 from Arizona State University College of Law. Certified by the Arizona Bar as a workers' compensation specialist since 1991, he is a co-editor and co-author of the Arizona Workers' Compensation Handbook (State Bar of Arizona, 1992).