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Injured on the job? Know your rights as a California worker.

On Behalf of | Apr 30, 2015 | Construction Workers' Accidents |

If you suffered an injury at work, you may know how difficult it can be to secure financial help after an accident. The workers’ compensation system is complex and can be overwhelming for an individual who has never experienced a work accident before. California workers who have been injured on the job can seek support and assistance from a legal ally knowledgeable in filing and pursuing workers’ compensation claims. 

After an accident, the injured worker may complete a compensation claim to cover the costs of any missed work and medical bills. Sadly, many workers find that employers can be reluctant to file the paperwork, supervisors may dispute the claim or insurance may not cover all accident-related financial needs. It is typically beneficial for workers to protect their rights to recompense by seeking legal counsel. 

In California, injured workers may be entitled to temporary disability, medical treatment and rehabilitation. An employer cannot refuse to process a legitimate workers’ compensation claim or retaliate against the injured worker in any way. To do so would be a serious violation of workers’ rights. In some cases, negotiations and litigation may be necessary in order to reach a satisfactory resolution to a work injury case.

If you would like a better understanding of your rights when injured on the job, it can be beneficial to seek a consultation with a workers’ compensation lawyer. You can also learn how much you could be owed and how to secure vocational retraining if needed. An experienced attorney can work on your behalf, seeking all applicable compensation as you focus on a complete recovery. 


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