Fighting For The Benefits Injured Lake Elsinore Workers Deserve
If you’re reading this page, you probably were diligently working and were either suddenly injured, became seriously injured over time, or ill because of dangerous, hazardous, or unhealthy workplace conditions. Due to that experience, you’ve been unable to work and have lost income critical to your economic survival, and you’ve incurred medical expenses that may be mounting. It’s bad enough that you were harmed on the job, but now you face the daunting tasks of filing a workers’ compensation claim, filling out confusing forms, and complying with rigid statute of limitation deadlines. Or, maybe you already started the process. In any case, it’s all too much, and you’ve decided you need legal help.
To secure the medical care and financial compensation you’re legally entitled to, an experienced Lake Elsinore workers’ compensation attorney can help. Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., is solely dedicated to helping injured workers protect themselves financially and receive the medical care and vocational support they need. Attorney Brian W. Freeman, who founded Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., believes that your case deserves his undivided attention. Therefore, he practices no other area of law, and his legal skills are finely honed, backed by the most up-to-date knowledge of workers’ compensation’s complex and convoluted rules.
Know What Attorney Is Right For Your Case
When choosing an attorney, the challenge is knowing which lawyer is best qualified to assist you with your workers’ compensation case. With all the law firm ads you may have seen on TV or the internet, how do you know who can best help you out of the financial and medical mess you’re in? You may have noticed that many law firms that offer workers’ compensation representation also list several other legal areas they practice in. With so many different areas of law an attorney offers representation for, is it possible they can fully focus on your own workers’ compensation case and give it the attention it deserves?
Lake Elsinore, CA, Workers’ Compensation Lawyer —“Fighting for the Average Joe®”
Even If You Began The Claims Process Or Your Benefits Were Denied, Help Is Available
If you already filed a claim, but you’ve encountered how confusing and overwhelming the logistics are, Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., can step in and take over, relieving you of the confusion and stress so you can focus on healing. If you already filed a claim, but it was denied, we’ll handle the complex process of filing an appeal.
Focusing On You And Your Unique Circumstances
To attorney Brian W. Freeman, you’re not just another case. Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., will treat your unique job injury or illness circumstances as if you’re their only client. He will steadfastly focus on the facts and evidence surrounding your claim, always remaining mindful that as an injured worker, your entire life may be in chaos. Attorney Freeman fully understands how critical obtaining a just workers’ compensation settlement is to your quality of life, whether you’re a husband, wife, father, mother, or single person. Unlike some other law firms, attorney Freeman and his compassionate staff will have a personal interest in your well-being.
At Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., we’ll navigate, organize, and manage the workers’ compensation bureaucratic claims process, interview witnesses, collect evidence, and, when necessary, hire expert accident reconstructionists and medical experts. Whatever it takes to build a strong, solid case and guide you through the entire process, Attorney Brian W. Freeman is committed to ensuring you receive your benefits.
Federal And California Laws Protect Injured Employees
When you’ve been injured on the job because of dangerous, toxic, hazardous conditions, by law your employer is required to pay your medical care, temporary disability benefits, supplemental job displacement benefits, vocational rehabilitation, a return-to-work supplement, psychiatric or psychological care when needed, and two-thirds of your usual pay, tax-free.
Because workers’ compensation is exceedingly different from any other area of law, a diligent focus on its intricacies is imperative for the successful pursuit of the benefits federal and California laws say you’re entitled to.
Injured Workers Are Entitled To Monetary Compensation Under Federal And California Law
If you can’t work or lost pay because of an employer-caused job accident or illness (including psychiatric or psychological conditions), your employer is required by law to pay you two-thirds of your normal income, tax-free, as well as your medical treatment, physical rehabilitation costs and equipment, temporary disability benefits, supplemental job displacement benefits, vocational rehabilitation if necessary, and a return-to-work supplement.
A Loved One Died Because Of Work Conditions – What You Can Do?
It’s tragic when an employee loses their life because of dangerous, hazardous, or unhealthy workplace conditions. If your loved one died and you believe it was caused by their job, you may be entitled to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Of course, no amount of money can make up for your loss. The law allows for financial compensation to a bereaved family member for the loss of income the deceased may have earned if they had not died. Also, a loved one may be entitled to monetary compensation for the loss of your loved one’s companionship and affection, expenses related to medical bills for the care of the deceased prior to death, and funeral and burial expenses.
When a dependent child was left behind because of the death, there is a maximum cap on death benefits, but exceptions may be made when the amount to be awarded expires prior to the child becoming an adult.
Advanced Knowledge Of Workers’ Compensation Law Can Make The Difference
As a law firm dedicated solely to workers’ compensation law, hands-on attorney Brian W. Freeman is uniquely qualified to vigorously pursue the medical care and financial compensation you lawfully and morally deserve. As your passionate advocate, his only concern is workers’ compensation law and how to obtain the best monetary settlement for injured workers. When you hire him, you can be assured he will consistently communicate with you about the status of your case and respectfully answer your phone calls and emails promptly.
Attorney Brian W. Freeman’s entire practice is strictly focused on helping injured employees receive the medical treatment and full financial compensation and benefits they are entitled to by law. He genuinely cares about his clients and takes pride in “Fighting for the average Joe®” in Lake Elsinore and throughout Riverside County.
No Upfront Costs Guarantee
When you think about hiring an attorney to help you, perhaps one of the first things you worry about is money. How much is an attorney going to cost me? Because you’re already worried about your finances, perhaps you’ve considered going it alone to save money and, hopefully, speed up the payment process. However, when you try to go through the workers’ compensation claims scenario by yourself, you’ll be faced with what for many is an overwhelming and confusing process tangled in red tape, complex procedures, and inflexible deadlines. One wrong step and your claim compensation may be significantly delayed or be denied altogether. In the end, handling it alone may cost you dearly.
When Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., takes your case, you’ll never ever pay us a cent upfront. We’ll cover all the costs no matter what, and only after we acquire your monetary settlement will we be paid a reasonable, pre-agreed fee. In other words, no money comes out of your pocket, and we don’t get paid until you get paid.
Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc. – Committed to Unwavering Focus
With all that’s at stake, you can’t afford not to have the best Lake Elsinore, California, workers’ compensation attorney to handle the confusing and complex claims process and meet statute of limitation deadlines.
With offices in Corona, Riverside, and Temecula, Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., serves Riverside County from the southern region of Temecula, to the northern region of downtown Riverside, to the eastern region of the Palm Springs desert.