When you've suffered a work injury, you need the convenience of a local attorney to help you get full and fair compensation. There's no need to fight against powerful insurance companies on your own.
At the Law Offices of Bo Katzakian, we provide experienced and attentive legal representation to injured workers throughout:
- The San Francisco Bay Area
- California's Central Coast
- Los Angeles
- San Joaquin/Central Valley
- Orange County
- All parts in between
With multiple office locations, we have local attorneys in each of these areas ready to serve you.
Looking for local representation? We likely have a law office near you!
Understanding The Process
The workers' compensation process can be complex and confusing for someone who has never had to deal with a work injury before. We guide our clients through all aspects of the legal process, giving them a greater sense of understanding about the challenges involved. Educated clients will make better choices regarding their legal matters, which often lead to better results.
Time is of the essence. The sooner you talk to a workers' compensation lawyer, the better chance you have of obtaining a successful result. There is no risk to you — the initial consultation is free and we don't get paid unless you get paid.
Our Commitment To Top-Tier Client Service
Bo Katzakian is an experienced bilingual attorney who can provide a level of personal service and attention that goes far beyond that of impersonal law firms. Unlike most law offices, when you contact us with your questions and concerns regarding workers' compensation, we will respond to you right away. No other office can match our unparalleled ability to help you when you need answers right away.
Here when you need us: We will respond to your questions right away, even after hours, so you won't have to wait in frustration.
Request Your Free Consultation
Contact our law office today online or by telephone at 866-658-7110 to learn more. We have convenient offices in San Jose, Salinas, San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles.
As part of the free initial consultation, all clients are asked to provide documentation (such as medical records and letters from the insurance company) that supports the claim.