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Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., is here to help you from the moment you get injured to the moment your case is closed.

Filing A Workers’ Compensation Claim In Corona

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Filing a workers’ compensation claim is a complex process that involves complicated legal procedures and negotiations with your employer and their insurance company. To ensure that you receive the benefits you deserve, you must file your claim properly. The assistance of an experienced lawyer is a crucial resource in your pursuit of fair compensation.

At Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., our attorneys can help you through every step of your workers’ compensation claim. We will assist you with the claim filing process, and beyond. Contact us if you have been injured on the job and need help with filing your workers’ compensation claim.

For a free consultation with our legal team, complete our contact form or call 800-496-0563.

How To File A Workers’ Compensation Claim

To file a workers’ compensation claim, you must begin by reporting your injuries to your employer. The processes you must follow to file a workers’ compensation claim can vary depending on the policies at your place of work. Generally, injured employees are provided with claims forms upon reporting a work accident. Filling out claims forms typically involves answering questions about your injuries, potential treatment, and other aspects of your workers’ compensation case. After completing the forms, they must be returned to your employer. Your employer will then submit them to their workers’ compensation insurance company for approval.

Send us a message or call 800-496-0563 for a free consultation with our lawyers.

Requirements To File A Workers’ Compensation Claim in California

Work-related injuries in California must be reported to your employer within 30 days. Once your injury is reported, your employer has one day to provide you with claims forms. Then, you have up to a year to file your workers’ compensation claim. On the claims forms, you will need to provide detailed information about your injuries to ensure you are fairly compensated. Additionally, you should discuss the medical treatment you receive while your claim is pending with your employer. You are entitled to up to $10,000 in medical coverage even before your claim is approved under California state law.

Who Can File A Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Workers’ compensation benefits are available to most injured employees in the state of California. If you have sustained a work-related injury, you should be able to file a workers’ compensation claim. There are very few exceptions for people who can file workers’ compensation claims in California.