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Workers' Compensation

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Denied Claims

Individuals injured on the job often find that their claims are denied by their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier.  As a result, these individuals often go without medical treatment or financial compensation.  Insurance companies frequently deny coverage of work injuries, claiming that the injured worker had a pre-existing injury or condition, that the individual was not injured on the job, that a healthcare provider determined that the individual was not disabled as a result of a work injury, etc.  If you receive notice from your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance company that your claim has been denied, we can help you challenge their decision and fight to get your claim accepted.  However, it is important to act quickly to protect your rights.

Filing a claim

Employers are required by California state law to file a claim with their insurance provider within 24 hours of a workplace injury.  The failure of an employer to file a timely claim may be an indication that the employer or their insurance carrier is unwilling to pay injured workers the benefits they are due or provide the medical care for which the injured workers are entitled.  If you are injured on the job, time is of the essence.  It is important to consult with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected.

what an injured worker may be entitled to

If you are injured on the job, you may be eligible to receive:

  • Current and ongoing medical care
  • Disability payments
  • Assistance with vocational retraining
  • Cash settlement
  • Life pension


types of injuries

We assist individuals who have sustained many types of work injuries including:

  • Back and neck injuries
  • Shoulder and elbow injuries 
  • Knee injuries
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Carpel tunnel and other hand and wrist injuries
  • Head and brain injuries
  • Hearing loss
  • Stress claims
  • Many other injuries


  • Free initial consultation
  • No recovery, no fee to you
  • Attorney fees are 15% of your final settlement