Workers Compensation


According to the California Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1973, employers have a legal obligation to provide and maintain a safe and healthful workplace for its employees. As of 1991, a written Injury and Illness Prevention (IIP) Program is required for every California employer.

We represent injured workers across Southern California from all backgrounds and engaged in all types of work. When you contact us, we’ll assess the circumstances and explore your options. Amongst the various issues we will examine are:

Loss of Future Earning Capacity
Future Medical Needs
Permanent Disability Benefits
Physical Impairment & Disfigurement
Dependent Death Benefits

Injuries suffered as a result of such work-related injuries can be severe and are potentially life-altering. We understand that your immediate goals (after the trauma) are to get your medical bills paid, protect you against financial calamity through any lost wages, and make sure you are compensated for future treatment related to your injury. We will discuss your situation and examine the options available to you, as well as work with to ensure your rights are protected.

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