• Feb 08, 2022

Understanding Workers’ Compensation

Understanding Workers’ Compensation

The worker’s compensation attorneys at our firm have a strong track record of delivering incredible results for clients. Our worker’s comp lawyers not only help clients with work-related issues like wage and hour claims, but also for worker’s compensation issues that may arise on the job.

If you have been injured at work during the course of your shift, you may be entitled to monetary compensation. You may also be entitled to medical benefits through workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation – which is sometimes shortened to “workers comp” – is a claim that’s filed if an injury has occurred in the workplace where an employee can collect a monetary award to compensate them for their sustained injury.

Our worker’s comp attorneys have handled hundreds of injury cases for California workers and have recovered millions of dollars on their behalf.

There are many different factors as to why an employee would need to file a worker’s compensation claim and need to contact a workers compensation attorney, and some of those factors could include:

Unsafe work conditions – maybe there was a slippery floor that caused an employee to stumble or fall and hurt themselves.

Head and brain injuries – perhaps an employee hit their head while on the job and sustained an internal or external injury.

Hazardous materials exposure – some employees work with chemicals or other hazardous materials, and exposure to such can cause bodily harm.

Hearing and vision loss – sometimes during the course of a worker’s shift, they could experience a traumatic event that causes them to permanently – or temporarily – lose their sight or hearing.

Amputations – was there a serious situation that caused you or someone you work with to have an appendage amputated?

Chronic illness or cancer – or perhaps there was a situation where a work environment caused an employee to contract a chronic illness?

Our worker’s compensation attorneys at Lawyers for Justice, PC can help. Call us today for a FREE consultation so we can be a powerful resource for you during a difficult time.

Call us at (844) 568-1702 for a FREE consultation today.

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