Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Years of experience practicing and mastering California workers’ compensation law
Were you injured on the job and had to take significant time off from work because of your injury? California’s workers’ compensation benefits can help you cover your medical expenses and replace a portion of your wages while you’re out of work, whether short-term, long-term or permanently. This sounds great, but did you know that the burden falls on you, the injured worker, to document the accident and file a claim, and that failure to follow required procedures and timelines can lead to a denial of your claim? Even if you do everything correctly, your employer and their insurance company may still deny your claim for any number of reasons, or pay you far less than your injury requires. So, what do you do?
At Invictus Law, P.C., you’ll find a board-certified specialist in California Workers’ Compensation Law who also has experience as an attorney for a workers’ compensation defense law firm. We know how California workers’ comp law operates, we know how the defense firms think, and we know what it takes to see your claim through to a successful conclusion and recover compensation and benefits to provide you with medical care and wage replacement throughout the entire period of your disability.
Comprehensive advice and assistance with California workers’ compensation claims
Invictus Law, P.C. is your resource for advice and representation in any workers’ compensation matter in Orange County and Inland Empire. Whether you’ve been injured on the job in a construction accident, due to toxic exposure in the workplace, or any other on-the-job injury, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the workers’ compensation claims process and being successful on your claim, including:
- Notice, Filing Requirements and Deadlines
- Qualifying for Disability Benefits
- Types of Workers’ Compensation Benefits
- Social Security Disability
- Doctors and Treatment
- Pre-Existing Conditions and Medical Care
- What to do if Benefits End or Are Denied
- Third-Party Liability Claims
You need a California worker’s compensation attorney on your side
Taking actions after a workplace accident like notifying your employer and filing a claim form in a timely fashion are critical to the success of your claim. But while meeting filing deadlines are important, being successful on your claim is about more than just filling out forms. Workers’ compensation insurance carriers don’t like paying claims, and they’ll deny your claim or dispute the amount you deserve in any number of ways. What will you do when the insurance company says:
- You didn’t notify the employer on time
- You didn’t file a claim form on time
- Your accident was not work-related
- Your injury occurred while you were offsite or off-duty
- Your injury is due to some preexisting condition
- You faked the accident
- You are faking an injury, or it’s not as serious as you say
At Invictus Law, P.C., we’ve encountered and dealt with numerous cases like these. We know what to do to dispute the insurance company’s version of what happened and establish the facts and law in your favor for a successful claim. Call us for efficient, aggressive legal solutions to your California workers’ compensation issues.
Call an Orange County and Inland Empire Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today
From our offices in Orange and Ontario, we serve clients throughout Orange County and the Inland Empire. We offer a free initial consultation to learn about your case and let you know how we can help you. Also, everything we do is completely contingency fee-based. This means we only charge a fee if we are successful in recovering benefits on your behalf, and the size of our fee is based on the size of the award. We advance all costs, so you don’t have to pay a dime upfront for our services, and if we don’t recover for you, you won’t owe us any fee. If you prefer to communicate in Spanish, we have many Spanish-speaking staff members to assist you. Don’t delay any longer getting the benefits you need and deserve. Call Invictus Law, P.C. today.