We know that the last thing you ever expected to be dealing with was a workplace injury. However, when the unexpected happens, and you need a Los Angeles compensable injury attorney, we are ready to get to work for you. At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, we will fight for you to ensure that you get the compensation you need for all of your injury-related expenses. Let us investigate what happened and get to work today.
We know that you do what you can to stay safe when you go to work. Workplace safety is important, and most employers take it seriously. However, we know that injuries still happen. During the latest reporting year in the US, there were around 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries reported to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
When a workplace injury happens, many people think that they are taken care of quickly and orderly through workers’ compensation insurance. However, that is not always the case. All too often, claims in and around Los Angeles get denied by the employer or insurance company.
It is not uncommon for us to see the following as a result of a workplace incident:
Please notice that not all of these injuries have immediately visible causes. Some of them, particularly repetitive motion injuries, hearing loss, chronic illnesses, and respiratory problems can have harder origins to pinpoint.
Many workers who get injured during the course of their work duties do not understand their rights under California workers’ compensation laws. In many cases, workers’ compensation insurers and employers will bully injured workers into accepting compensation that is far less than what they need and what they are allowed under the law.
If you or a loved one have been injured at work and have been denied a workers’ compensation claim, now is the time to seek legal assistance. At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, we want to get to work and ensure that you are being treated fairly. Let our knowledgeable and experienced team investigate this incident and work to secure compensation for the following: