Workers Compensation

Workers CompensationWhat Should I Do If I Am Injured?

You have a right to a safe and healthful workplace. If you’ve suffered an injury on the job, make sure you know what kind of benefits you might receive under workers’ compensation coverage.

The possibility of injury exists in any place of employment. It’s your right to have a secure and healthy environment to work in. If negligence on the part of your employer is responsible for your injury, you may be entitled to compensation under worker’s compensation coverage.

Sometimes an employee is injured (or even killed) as a result of an accident or occupational disease on-the-job. If this should happen, state laws require that your employer or your employer’s insurance company compensate you or your family.

State laws are in effect to protect you, should you be injured or made ill at your place of emplyment. Employers or their insurance are required to remunerate you or your family (in the event of your death) for your pain and suffering.

Worker’s Compensation is designed to protect workers and their dependents against the hardships from injury or death arising out of the work environment.

Should you be injured (or killed) while on the job, Worker’s Compensation is there to take care of your needs and the needs of your dependents. Sacramento Law Center- Personal Injury Lawyer is well experienced in dealing workers compensation cases.

In some instances, legitimate workers’ compensation claims may be denied by aggressive compensation carriers. If you feel your legitimate benefits have been denied we will refer you to workers compensation attorneys.

It is imperative that you are represented by knowledgeable, skillful and aggressive Worker’s Compensation Attorneys to protect your rights and to ensure that you receive the financial award you are entitled to.

We refer the workers compensation aspect of many cases to attorneys who limit their practice to workers compensation, social security and disability claims. We know these attorneys well, we refer a large volume of cases to them and therefore we trust that ourclients will benefit from them.

All Worker’s Compensation claims are entrusted to the attorneys who specialize in these suits. We know that our clients will be aggressively represented and cared for.

Workers compensation prevents you from suing your employer. However, we will investigate your accident and pursue a claim against any parties (other than your employer) who may have been negligent.

We zealously investigate the cause of your accident and take steps to pursue any appearance of negligence on the part of third parties, since it’s not possible to sue your employer directly because of Worker’s Compensation.

We are always analyzing on the job injuries to determine whether or not there could be potential monetary recoveries against a negligent defendant not protected by workers compensation laws. Our analysis is free and we will let you know for free whether or not you have such a case.

Injuries sustained while at work are scrutinized to pin down the likelihood of monetary recoveries against a negligent defendant not protected by workers compensation laws. Our analysis is free and we will let you know for free whether or not you have such a case.

A lawsuit must be filed before an applicable expiration date, known as a Statute of Limitations so please call or contact us at (916) 549-5216 right away so that you do not lose your rights to money or other benefits.

As with most legal issues, there is a “Statute of Limitations” – an expiration date – by which you must make your claim in order to receive money or other considerations. Please call as soon as possible.

It is important to note, “Workers’ Compensation is Insurance”. Your employer pays for this insurance so you can receive monetary benefits and medical care if you are injured, disabled, become sick or develops an occupational illness at thejob.

Worker’s Compensation is insurance paid for by your employer to make sure you will be taken care of – medically and financially – if you sustain an injury or illness while you are at work.