Workers compensation benefits are calculated based on a number of different factors associated with your claim. Because the system is highly regulated and often complex, it is important to act quickly and speak to an attorney who has the experience you need to obtain the benefits you deserve.
In fact, even if your situation seems straightforward and it appears your company is willing to help, the only way to ensure you are being fully compensated is to work with an experienced workers compensation lawyer. Hiring an attorney before a problem arises will make the process much easier than trying to fix unexpected issues later on in the process.
At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, our lead counsel has over 40 years of proven courtroom experience and is a Workers Compensation Certified Specialist — a distinction, not all lawyers possess. We have spent decades helping injured workers just like you, so contact us today and let us help you protect your job and your future.
You Don’t Pay Unless We Win
Since we handle workers comp cases on contingency, you will not have to pay any attorney fees unless we obtain benefits or recovery for you. You have nothing to lose and so much more to gain, so contact us for help today.
Depending on your work-related injury, there are several different types of workers comp benefits to which you may be entitled to under California law. For instance, your compensation may cover:
It is also important to remember that just because you are labeled an independent contractor does not mean that you cannot recover workers compensation benefits from your employer if you suffer a work-related injury. In addition, if your employer does not maintain workers compensation insurance, we can help you seek justice using proceedings against the Uninsured Employers Benefits Trust Fund (UEBTF).
Simply put, if you are injured at work, we will exhaust every legal remedy available to get you the benefits you need. After all, insurance companies have claims adjusters and lawyers whose sole aim is to minimize costs, and they will try to find opportunities to deny you benefits whenever possible.
There are time limits to seeking compensation, so it is important that your claim follows the correct notification, filing requirements and deadlines, or the claim may be denied. So call our office today at 818-600-4714 and schedule your free legal consultation. You can also email us if that is easy for you. While our office is located in Encino, we serve clients throughout the San Fernando Valley, including those in Santa Clarita.