Every employee deserves to work in a safe work environment. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Countless workers throughout Southern California are injured each day at their job. Many suffer serious injuries that require significant medical treatment and hospitalization along with time off from work. If you have been injured on the job, you may be eligible to receive worker’s compensation. My name is William Kropach and I am an Encino worker’s compensation attorney.
For more than 40 years, my firm has helped countless men and women recover the proper worker’s compensation settlement needed to address their medical bills, damages and lost wages.
When choosing a worker’s compensation attorney in Encino, it is vital to select a legal professional with a significant track record of protecting the rights of employees and looking after the best interests of each client. Under California workers’ compensation law, injured workers may be entitled to the following benefits:
As an experienced Encino workers compensation attorney, I can provide legal representation for employees regardless of how complex the case. My staff and I utilize an aggressive, personable and comprehensive approach. It is part of our commitment to help place each client in the best position to succeed. At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, we also represent many workers who do not have workers’ compensation insurance.
You will not pay any attorney fees unless you receive compensation, so you have nothing to lose. Contact us today and schedule your free consultation. You can reach us online or call our Encino office at 818-600-4714. We serve work-injury victims throughout San Fernando Valley, including those in Santa Clarita, Antelope Valley, Santa Monica, Ventura County, Orange County, San Bernardino and Bakersfield areas.
Don’t let the insurance company dictate the terms of your workers’ compensation claim. Contact us today and let us help you fight back. If you are unable to make it to our office because of your injury, we will come to you.
"I have an 18-year-old workers' compensation case. Mr. Kropach never gave up or settled for anything less. He kept fighting for my rights to win. He realized I was in the right and he never once asked me to just give up. I won my case 100 percent."Edward
“I have known Bill for over 25 years. He is personable and very knowledgeable in the area of workers’ comp. My experience during this very stressful time has been excellent. His staff is courteous and efficient and always kept me up to date with my case. Their attention to detail has been exemplary, as a client would expect from his attorney. I recommend this attorney to anyone with a workers’ comp case.”Donna
“I hired Mr. Kropach for my workers’ compensation claim about three years ago. I was suffering severe pain in my elbow as a result of my job. Mr. Kropach was superb in helping me settle this case. During the entire process, I was receiving medical treatment and he regularly met with me to discuss my case. During my deposition he was extremely supportive and explained to me the entire process which helped me become comfortable. I would highly recommend Mr. Kropach to anyone who needs assistance with a workers’ compensation claim.”Brad
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