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California Worker's Compensation FAQ
Some Workers’ Compensation BENEFITS: Medical care, Temporary disability benefits (up to $5,630.86 per month), Permanent disability benefits, Supplemental job displacement benefits (up to $11,000 in retraining benefits) and Death benefits.
There are many sides when it comes to an injured worker including your employer, your employer's work injury attorney, medical providers and most importantly - YOU. The only representation you really have is yourself if you don't hire your own attorney. You have the legal right to obtain your own Workers' Compensation attorney to ensure your best interests are being represented. Take advantage of your legal right.
Following your work place injury protocol is important. Notify your supervisor, Seek medical care and Fill out your employer's Workers' Compensation official injury report paperwork. After any work injury, it might be in your best interest to consult with a Workers' Compensation attorney to determine if you have a claim.
Your employee is not allowed to fire you if you have been injured on the job and filed a Workers' Compensation claim.
We offer a free consultation to determine if you have a potential Workers' Compensation case. We do not charge a fee if no Workers' Compensation benefits are awarded.
Call the Injury & Disability Law Center today @ 951-244-1776 to learn more.
No attorney fee if no workers compensation benefits awarded.
Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.
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