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Serving Workers’ Compensation Clients In La Mesa

The Sexton Law Firm is ready to help you find the legal solution you are looking for. We are proud to serve clients in Southern California, including our newest branch office in La Mesa. This office focuses on workers’ compensation, personal injury, wills and trusts and bankruptcy cases. Attorney James F. Sexton has been practicing law for over 25 years and resolved thousands of cases for clients.

Let Us Help You File Your Workers’ Comp Claim

If you were injured at work, you probably have many questions about filing a claim with your employer. If you have already filed your claim, you may be wondering what happens next. At The Sexton Law Firm, we give every workers’ comp case the attention it deserves, and we will answer every question you have along the way. We handle the legal issues so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries.

We can also help you navigate your new post-injury life. We will advise you on your rights as you prepare to return to work after your injury. If you have a permanent injury that prevents you from working on your old job, we can help you understand your options for workplace accommodations or applying for disability benefits.

Common Workplace Injuries

Anyone can suffer a work injury, but some industries certainly see more injuries than others. Some of the most common workplace injuries in California include:

  • Strains and sprains: Many people suffer from injuries to their neck and back, mainly from straining to lift something heavy. They also injure their rotator cuffs in their shoulders, which could require surgery. In addition, anyone who puts repeated stress on their tendons and ligaments can develop repetitive motion injuries.
  • Fractures: Whether from a fall or being caught in or between objects, broken bones are a common workplace injury.
  • Bruises, cuts and scrapes: People may find themselves cut on dangerous equipment or bruised by falls or even falling objects.

Of course, many people also suffer from more serious and permanent injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries, amputation, paralysis and even death. Whatever your injury, we will help you file the appropriate claim and even help you explore whether you may have claims beyond your workers’ comp benefits.

Visit Us At A Location Near You

Contact us for a free consultation with our lawyer by calling us at 619-678-1833 or filling out our online form. We serve clients throughout the San Diego County area, with offices in La Mesa, Oceanside and Chula Vista.

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