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Filing a Workers' Comp Claim

Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim in Orange

We’ll Help You Navigate the Complex Workers’ Compensation System

You may be familiar with the concept of workers’ compensation, and know that this system can cover your expenses in the event of an occupational accident. However, if you have recently been injured at work, you may have realized that you have no idea how to file a workers’ compensation claim. The attorneys of Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc. can help you file a workers’ compensation claim and receive the benefits you deserve.

Contact us today to discuss your case and get answers to all of your workers’ compensation questions. We will help you file your claim and will guide you through the entire process.

Send us a message or call (951) 934-0116 to schedule a free consultation with our legal team.

The Process of Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim

After being injured on the job and receiving medical care, you must report your injuries to your employer as soon as possible. Upon reporting your injury, your employer should provide you with claims forms to complete. You will need to provide information about yourself and your injuries and return the form to your employer. The company you work for most likely has its own policies concerning the workers’ compensation filing process, which should be expressed to you when you report your injuries.

Who Can File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in California?

Workers’ compensation claims can be filed by injured workers in most industries in California. Every employer in the state is required to have a workers’ compensation plan in place, unless they are self-employed and work alone. If you are employed in the state of California, you should be able to file a workers’ compensation claim.

Potential Obstacles When Filling

The process of resolving a workers’ compensation case unfortunately may not be as simple as filing your claim and collecting your benefits. You may face obstacles while filing your claim, and it is possible that your claim could eventually be denied. With our attorneys on your side, you can face any hurdles that are presented to you during the workers’ compensation claim process.

Your employer should provide you with guidance during the filing process, along with the forms you need. Sometimes, employers do not help their workers file a claim. This may be because of negligence, or they may be actively trying to prevent you from filing a claim. Your employer may even be uninsured. Employers sometimes retaliate against employees who file workers’ compensation claims.

If you face any of these obstacles when attempting to file your workers’ compensation claim, we can help. Preventing you from filing a claim is a violation of your rights — we will do what it takes to get your benefits.

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Requirements to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in California

To file a workers’ compensation claim, you must have sustained work-related injuries and have an employer who is covered by workers’ compensation insurance. When you report your injuries, and if your injuries are not an emergency, you should be directed to an approved medical provider by your employer. Receiving care from an approved doctor is often a requirement of filing a workers’ compensation claim, unless you have pre-designated your own care provider.
  • Spinal Injuries $206,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client that suffered from spinal injuries while working on a home improvement project pulling a pallet.

  • Psych Injury $125,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client that suffered from a psych injury due to a traumatizing event; the defendants denied the claim.

  • Cumulative Trauma - Laborer $123,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client that suffered from Cumulative trauma due to repetitive movement.

  • Cumulative Trauma Injury - Orthopedic $120,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client that suffered from various cumulative trauma injuries due to body parts wearing out over 20 years of labor.

  • Cumulative Neck Injury $120,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client who suffered from a cumulative neck injury.

  • Spinal Injury $100,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client who suffered from neck and back injuries due to operating a caterpillar.

  • Back & Arm Injury $95,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client that suffered from a specific injury to the back and cumulative injury to arms.

  • Back Injury $70,000

    We have recovered a settlement for a client who suffered from back injuries due to a car accident.


How an Attorney Can Help You

The Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Inc. legal team can guide you through the process of filing your workers’ compensation claim and recovering your benefits. Throughout the process, we will protect your rights and represent you during negotiations with your employer and their workers’ compensation insurance company. Contact us to get a legal team on your side that is dedicated to helping you!

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