Los Angeles County Workers Need A Fighter On Their Side
California laborers have created one of the most vibrant economies in the world. Now, it’s time to demand the protections you deserve.
Experienced, Vigorous Workers’ Compensation Representation
Your Health And Livelihood Are Important
On average, an adult in the United States spends nearly 2,000 hours every year at work; many works far more to make ends meet. A workplace injury can seriously impair your ability to earn a living and to support yourself and your loved ones. With appropriate legal aid and a strong advocate, you can obtain a full workers’ compensation settlement that helps you focus on recovery, not scrambling for income.
What You Need To Know About Filing For Workers’ Compensation
Hundreds of workplace injuries occur every day in Los Angeles. Whether a truck driver is involved in a car crash, an office worker falls because of poor office conditions or a construction worker is hurt by faulty equipment, their injuries need attention. Workers’ compensation is not asking for a handout — it is demanding your legally ensured right.
When looking into a workers’ compensation claim, you should expect that your lawyer will:
Ask about the cause and nature of your injuries
Compare your situation to the workers’ compensation regulations in California
Determine if your claim requires you to also file for short-term or long-term disability support
Investigate medical and employee records about your injury
Summarize all potential compensation and give you a realistic expectation of support
Attorney Alexander Abdoulin spent over a decade representing employers in workers’ compensation claims. Now, he supports workers using that experience as a powerful tool. He anticipates the response to your claims and builds a structure of support.
Schedule A Free Appointment Today
When you meet with Mr. Abdoulin, you do not pay anything. Instead, we only collect a fee if you get a settlement. Come to our office and explore your compensation options. Call 818-330-1766 or email us today.