Workers’ Compensation Help In The Oakland Area
Whether you suffered a quick slip-and-fall injury, a slowly building repetitive stress injury or anything in between on the job, you need to be sure you get the workers’ compensation you deserve. Your employer and their insurance will often fight to keep from providing you with what you need to recover. These benefits are what you need to cover the cost of lost wages, medical costs, physical therapy and more.
When your current and future well-being depend so much on workers’ compensation benefits, you want an attorney who knows precisely what you need to recover. We at the Law Offices of Bo Katzakian focus only on workers’ compensation cases, so our lawyers know exactly how to help you.
Local Workers’ Comp Attorneys Dedicated To Your Success
We have offices across California, including right here in the Oakland area, serving both Alameda and Contra Costa counties. In order to have a better understanding of our clients, their employers and their needs, we pride ourselves on keeping a close eye on the pulse of the areas we are in. Because we are local, we maintain firsthand experience with the local legal system. From knowledge of the court system and its judges, to local laws that might apply to you, you can count on us.
Where We’re Located
433 Callan Ave
San Leandro, CA 94577
Our office is located right off Callan Avenue, between Santa Rosa Street and Huff Avenue, and close to the Alameda County Fire Station 9. There is a bus stop on the corner of Estudillo Avenue and Santa Rosa Street. We are close to I-580, and we are also BART accessible.
Choose An Oakland Workers’ Comp Attorney Who Will Fight For You
Workers’ compensation cases can be extremely stressful to navigate on your own. Let us take the lion’s share of the labor on ourselves while you focus on recovering from your injury. We strive to keep you from feeling like you are alone in your case, and with us, you won’t be.
If you are ready to begin pursuing the benefits you deserve, contact us at our Oakland office today.