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Workers Compensation2019-05-07T08:54:23+00:00

Workers’ Compensation Claim in California Visionary Law Group

No one truly wishes to sustain a work-related injury, but as we all know, accidents do happen.  What you may not learn from other law firms is that California also allows you to claim injuries that are not so obvious, such as damage caused to your body from wear and tear of repetitive work activities. Whether you sustained an injury due to a specific incident or from wear and tear on your body caused by repetitive work—you need to report it to your employer and fill out a DWC1 claim form.

Visionary Law Group strives to inform you of all your rights, options, and responsibilities should you be injured on the job.  All employers in the state of California are required to maintain Workers’ Compensation insurance so that you can be provided with medical treatment to recover from your injuries.  Among the crucial pieces of detailed information that you can expect from Visionary Law Group is the knowledge that your employer’s duty to provide treatment will not arise if you do not report the injury to them. Once you report your claim, you should be entitled to medical treatment, and if liability for your claim is accepted you may also be entitled to monetary benefits while you recover from your injuries, mileage reimbursement to medical appointments, a retraining voucher and monetary compensation for the permanent damage the injury caused to your body.

In our experience, most Workers’ Compensation claims are denied by the insurance company. If your claim was denied, don’t lose hope or feel overwhelmed.  We’re here to address all of your worker’s compensation concerns.  Depending upon the basis for the denial, you may be able to dispute the denial in front of a Workers’ Compensation Judge who has the power to overturn it. Whether your claim is accepted or denied, if you sustained an injury at work from a specific incident or from wear and tear caused by repetitive work activities, Visionary Law Group can help.

No one truly wishes to sustain a work-related injury, but as we all know, accidents do happen.  What you may not learn from other law firms is that California also allows you to claim injuries that are not so obvious, such as damage caused to your body from wear and tear of repetitive work activities. Whether you sustained an injury due to a specific incident or from wear and tear on your body caused by repetitive work—you need to report it to your employer and fill out a DWC1 claim form.

Visionary Law Group strives to inform you of all your rights, options, and responsibilities should you be injured on the job.  All employers in the state of California are required to maintain Workers’ Compensation insurance so that you can be provided with medical treatment to recover from your injuries.  Among the crucial pieces of detailed information that you can expect from Visionary Law Group is the knowledge that your employer’s duty to provide treatment will not arise if you do not report the injury to them. Once you report your claim, you should be entitled to medical treatment, and if liability for your claim is accepted you may also be entitled to monetary benefits while you recover from your injuries, mileage reimbursement to medical appointments, a retraining voucher and monetary compensation for the permanent damage the injury caused to your body.

In our experience, most Workers’ Compensation claims are denied by the insurance company. If your claim was denied, don’t lose hope or feel overwhelmed.  We’re here to address all of your worker’s compensation concerns.  Depending upon the basis for the denial, you may be able to dispute the denial in front of a Workers’ Compensation Judge who has the power to overturn it. Whether your claim is accepted or denied, if you sustained an injury at work from a specific incident or from wear and tear caused by repetitive work activities, Visionary Law Group can help.