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If you have been injured on the job, it is important for you to know your rights regarding potential compensation. After any type of work injury, regardless of the cause, a worker could be eligible for financial compensation through the workers’ compensation program. Every employee has the right to legal assistance in order to obtain the maximum amount of compensation if injured on the job. 

A work injury can leave a California employee incapacitated for weeks or months. In the meantime, the injured individual could be eligible for temporary disability benefits. This is designated for a portion of missed wages for up to two years after an accident. Additionally, a worker who is unable to eventually return to work may secure permanent disability benefits. Applying for these benefits can be complicated, but a knowledgeable lawyer can aggressively pursue the benefits you deserve. 

After an on-the-job injury, all medical treatment should be covered by workers’ compensation benefits. If unable to continue with a certain job, an injured employee could be eligible for vocational training needed to enter a new field of work. If these benefits are denied, an employee is not out of legal options. 

A work accident is frustrating and every employee deserves to know his or her rights. Through negotiation and litigation, a lawyer can assist any California employee pursue the benefits that are rightfully deserved. Visit our site to learn more about workers’ compensation law, along with an explanation of what benefits should be expected. If you were injured on the job, you do not have to navigate the legal process alone.