Mira Loma Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Recover The Benefits You Deserve
With the barrage of TV and internet ads offering injured employees legal help, it’s challenging to decide what law firm is best for you when you were hurt on the job. In many cases, attorneys who claim they are workers’ compensation lawyers also practice several other types of law. Unfortunately, when a law firm handles several practice areas, your case may not receive the full focus it requires and deserves.
Being injured or made ill because of job conditions is bad enough – not acquiring the medical care and financial compensation to which you’re legally entitled will make things much worse. To assure the best opportunity for receiving the benefits that are legally yours, you need an attorney who has the highest level of skill, knowledge, and expertise in the practice of workers’ compensation law.
Workers’ Compensation Lawyer, Inc. exclusively focuses on the practice of workers’ compensation law and provides the in-depth knowledge and extensive experience necessary to maximize the opportunity for the monetary settlement you deserve. Because workers’ compensation law is highly complex and statute of limitation deadlines are strict, your unique case must receive attention and diligence.
Mira Loma Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc. — “Fighting for the Average Joe®”
Federal And California Laws Guarantee Injured Workers’ Rights Are Protected
Both federal and California laws protect your right to receive proper medical treatment including physical rehabilitation costs, temporary disability benefits, supplemental job displacement benefits, vocational rehabilitation if necessary, a return to work supplement, psychiatric or psychological care when needed, and two-thirds of your usual pay tax-free.
Before trying to find a workers’ compensation attorney, many injured employees attempt to handle the process alone to save money or expedite receipt of their benefits. The problem is that the system is surrounded in red tape, mounds of paperwork and procedures, and strict deadlines – if you miss something and your claim is denied, you may have to go through a lengthy appeals process which may significantly delay your claim or have it denied again.
Of course, you deserve the care and money you’re legally entitled to, so who you choose to represent you is vitally important, and you should do your due diligence when considering which law firm to hire. Even if other law firms claim to have workers’ compensation expertise, when their legal staff must switch their focus from your workers’ compensation case to different areas of law, they may not have adequate focus and the specific resources necessary to serve your best interests.
Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., Is A Top-Rated Employee Injury Law Firm
While many attorneys may claim to have expertise in workers’ compensation law, when they practice other areas of law as well, their focus may be stretched over a wide variety of their practice areas, taking the focus off the particulars of your case. They may also not be able to stay abreast of ever-changing laws and rules. Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., can help you navigate the bureaucracy of applying for workers’ compensation benefits or appealing a denial.
As the founder of Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc., attorney Brian W. Freeman’s only passion is “Fighting for the average Joe®.” He recognizes you’re a human being who has been traumatized by a job injury or illness and treats you with care and compassion. When your life has been turned upside down, it can be too overwhelming to handle the claim’s process alone. As a responsible person, you are deeply concerned about how this will affect you both medically and economically, as well as the long-range implications for your quality of life. If you have a family who depends upon you for support, you may be concerned about how you’re going to take care of them.
When your job-related injuries are serious, you need the expert assistance of a highly skilled Mira Loma, California, workers’ compensation lawyer. Attorney Brian W. Freeman is exceedingly skilled specifically in workers’ compensation law and has dedicated his career to helping injured workers. As his client, you’ll receive his respectful, understanding support and guidance. At all times, you’ll be kept consistently informed of your case status, and your phone calls and emails will receive prompt attention.
Hire A Highly Skilled, Experienced Attorney Whose Practice Strictly Focuses On Workers’ Compensation Law
Attorney Brian W. Freeman is a California Bar Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation whose entire practice is strictly focused on helping people injured at work receive the medical treatment and full financial compensation and benefits they are entitled to by law. With his Certified Specialist rating, he is required to maintain a higher degree of continuing workers’ compensation training and education compared to lawyers who don’t hold this certification.
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.
Workers’ Compensation Claims Must Be Filed Within One Year Of Date Of Injury
With all that’s at stake when you’ve been injured or made ill by work conditions and you can’t work, the law provides for you. You can’t afford not to have the best workers’ compensation attorney available in Mira Loma to handle the confusing and complex forms and claim process and meet statute of limitation deadlines.
Or if a loved one was killed because of a hazardous work condition, you may be entitled to file a wrongful death lawsuit. The law allows a bereaved relative to collect monetary compensation for such a tragedy, including replacement of the lost income the deceased would have earned, loss of their companionship, funeral and burial expenses, and the suffering caused because of their death. Though there is a maximum cap on death benefits for a loved one’s fatal work injury, exceptions may be made when the compensation expires prior to a dependent child becoming a legal adult.