Getting injured on the job is a set back for everyone involved. As a worker, it is a set back because you are now having to take time off of work in order to recover from your injury. A catastrophic injury can literally change your life. Then there is your family to consider. Your family and friends do not only depend on you financially but emotionally and physically. If you are injured or catastrophically injured, you are in no place to be there for your family physically, emotionally, or financially. Last, your employment just lost a loyal worker. Despite whatever you may tell yourself, you are a valued employee and if you get injured then your workplace suffers too. So what do you do? What happens if you are injured on the job?
Here are a few basic steps to keep in mind when filing for a workers compensation claim. California requires that every business purchase workers compensation insurance. It is also required by law that your employment tell you about workers compensation and the benefits they can give to you. If your job did not provide this for you then it is imperative that you speak with our workers compensation lawyers in California at the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach in Los Angeles. If your job has provided you with this information then here are some steps to remember:
The last step is to hire a workers compensation attorney. Not only can an attorney help keep your claim on track, but with our experience and resources, we can spot an issue before it even happens. Our Los Angeles workers compensation lawyers know that insurance companies will do all they can to intimidate their clients in feeling as if this is all they can give. Our Workers Compensation Attorneys know better and we promise to get the insurance companies to do better by you too. Call 818-600-4714 or click here to start a conversation with us today. We are ready to represent you.