Workplace injuries can be especially severe, especially in inherently dangerous
California industries like agriculture, construction, logging, and trucking.
If you suffer an injury on the job due to someone else’s negligence,
you need to take immediate action to get the compensation that you deserve.
Our attorneys have helped thousands of Californians successfully file
workers’ compensation claims. We are compassionate to the physical, emotional, and financial pain you
are suffering and will do everything we can to procure the benefits you
need. Workers’ compensation can cover your medical bills, temporarily
disability, and even permanent disability and impairment.
We can guide you through each step of the workers’ compensation process,
Reacting To a Workplace Accident. After seeking the necessary medical attention, promptly inform your employer
of the incident and your injuries. If you wait too long, your claim can
Returning To Work. If you are well enough to return to work, your employer must provide
reasonable accommodations as you continue to recover from your injuries.
We can help negotiate or litigate any disputes that arise from reasonable
Responding To a Denied Claim. Claims can be rejected due to procedural failures or disputes about the
nature of the accident. We can help you evaluate a denied claim and plan
your next move.
Appealing a Denied Claim. In some cases, you will need to navigate the California workers’
compensation appeals process to dispute a rejected claim, which can sometimes
be denied on arbitrary or inappropriate grounds. We can help you efficiently
move through this process.
Exploring Alternatives to Workers’ Compensation. If your employer does not subscribe to workers’ compensation insurance,
you may need to consider filing a personal injury lawsuit. If you are
permanently disabled as a result of your workplace injury, you may also
be eligible to make a long-term disability claim.