The Most Dangerous Jobs in California

As a person who works hard on the job, you understand the stresses and potential dangers of punching into work every day. While a career in farming may have different risks than an office job, both bring specific hazards to employees.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks the most dangerous jobs across the country, and California is home to all of these careers, including:

  • Logging and forestry
  • Fishers
  • Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
  • Truck drivers
  • Farmers and ranchers
  • Construction workers

Skilled Representation For Complex Cases

We understand the obstacles you face in recovery because we have seen your case before. You bring a certain set of skills that contribute to the success of your work every day, and we make it our job to apply our legal skills in your recovery.

Working a dangerous job can lead to highly involved workers’ compensation cases. Our lawyers are here to be there for you long-term in your recovery. We want you to achieve the fullest recovery possible for your situation, and to do that requires advocacy and care for your case from start to finish.

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When you ask for our help, you will be informed of the progress of your case and have your voice heard in the system toward recovery. California workers have trusted us in their recovery for more than 15 years, and we want your trust too.

To learn more about your rights following a severe injury at work, contact us for a free initial consultation. Appointments with an attorney are available now at our office locations in Chula Vista and Oceanside. Call us now at (619) 202-8976 to discuss your injury or send us an email.