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Injured on the job? Protect your rights with our help.

When an accident happens at work, people often mistakenly assume that they have no legal options because their injuries may seem relatively minor. In reality, workers' compensation benefits are designed for any worker who has been injured on the job, even if that injury is not considered to be serious. Even minor injuries can cause lingering pain and necessitate expensive medical treatment. 

Widow may seek workers' compensation death benefits

When a person is injured on the job or a family member loses his or her life in a fatal work accident, there may be grounds to seek certain types of financial support. Workers' compensation benefits are designed to protect the interests of those who are hurt on the job or the families of those who are killed. However, it can be a complex and complicated process to actually obtain those benefits. 

Grieving family could claim workers' compensation benefits

When someone is killed on the job, there is little that can be done to alleviate the distress and emotional suffering that can follow. However, a grieving family may be able to secure workers' compensation death benefits that can help them effectively navigate the financial matters that are at hand. These benefits may include funeral costs, lost wages and more.

What should you do if you are injured on the job?

The workers' compensation system, while designed to protect the interests of workers in California, can be complex and difficult to navigate. If you have suffered after you were injured on the job, do you know what to do? Knowing your rights and the proper procedure is an important step for every worker, no matter what  profession or industry is involved.

Workers' compensation death benefits for fatal accident

The California city of Berkeley has been fined $100,000 after a fatal accident claimed the life of a worker after he was crushed by a garbage truck. The worker, one part of a two-person team, was collecting garbage when the truck began roll. The truck brakes failed, and the man was unable to move out of the way as he was trying to stop the truck. Due to the circumstances of this work accident, the family may be able to collect workers' compensation death benefits.

Crane collapse leads to workplace injuries for 3 workers

The cause of a recent crane collapse at a California refinery was just determined to be human error caused by the operator of the crane. At this point, representatives from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) are investigating the accident that left three workers suffering from workplace injuries. This accident is just one in a series of troubling accidents and incidents that have occurred at the plant over the last few years.

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