Showing posts with label Carpio & Weekley. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Carpio & Weekley. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Thank you for choosing Snow, Carpio & Weekley - Attorney Nick Wearne

SCW Partner Nick Wearne thanks the clients of Snow, Carpio & Weekley for choosing our firm to assist you with your work injury claim. For more information or assistance with your workers' compensation claim or Social Security Disability claim, visit our website at or call 602-532-4985 to set up a free consultation by phone, video or in person. SCW services the entire Stats of Arizona and has offices in Phoenix, Tucson, Lake Havasu City, Yuma and Flagstaff. We have bilingual and Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists on staff and ready to help you! Call today!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Time Frames in Arizona Workers Comp Cases

Shortly after 9/11, I read a book by New York mayor Rudolph Guliani about his leadership style.  One of the most important things I learned from the book was the concept of “under-promise and over-deliver”.  I have tried, to some varying degrees of success, to incorporate that into how we practice at Snow, Carpio, & Weekley.  To that end, I want to write a brief post about time frames in Arizona Workers Compensation Claims. 

I often tell my clients that the word “days” does not exist in the vocabulary of most claim reps, judges, and Industrial Commission employees who are working on their claims.  As workers comp attorneys, we measure time in weeks and months!  For example, while the statute says that a carrier has 21 days to accept or deny a claim, the reality is that an injured worker will wait 4-8 WEEKS to see any compensation for time lost.  In the event of a dispute, a hearing is usually scheduled to take place 3 MONTHS after it is requested.  While the statute says that a decision should be rendered within 30 days of the final hearing, my experience is that a decision can usually be expected 2-3 MONTHS later.  In short, the best advice I can sometimes give my clients is “hurry up and wait”…

For a free Legal Consultation about your Workers' Compensation claim, Chad Snow, Partner at Snow, Carpio & Weekley can be reached at 602-532-0700. You can also visit our website at:

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Allyson Snow-Fiamengo joins Snow, Carpio & Weekley, PLC

Snow, Carpio, and Weekley, PLC is proud to announce that
Allyson Snow-Fiamengo joined our firm in November and will be heading up our Social Security Disability side of the firm.
Read more about Allyson on our website at or contact her through email at