Fresno Workers Compensation Attorney – Workers Comp Overview

The Workers Compensation System was designed to protect employees who are injured within the course and scope of employment. All employers must carry Workers Compensation Insurance. Failure to do so will result in employer liability for all medical bills, payment for lost wages, and any other benefits to which the injured employee is entitled under the law.

Additionally, employers who are in violation of the Workers Compensation Insurance Requirement also face severe fines and penalties. Employees cannot legally be required to pay any Workers Compensation premiums.

California is a no-fault liability state. This means that an injured worker will qualify for Workers Compensation Benefits, regardless of any fault on their part.

If you have been injured in a work related accident, it is vital that you retain a highly experienced attorney. Fresno Workers Compensation Attorneys at the Grossman Law Offices have been successfully representing injured workers in Workers Comp matters for more than 40 years.

Contact us at (800) 462-5555 to make an appointment for a free consultation. Workers Compensation cases are handled on contingency. No recovery, no fee!

Workers Compensation Representation in Fresno

Approximately 70-75% of all Workers Compensation Claims are initially denied. However, the Fresno Workers Compensation Lawyers at the Grossman Law Offices have extensive experience filing Workers Compensation Appeals and have obtained millions in Benefits for our clients since 1972.

When an employee is injured on the job, specific requirements must be met prior to the award of Workers Compensation Benefits. The injured employee is required to notify their employer as soon as possible. Failure to do so may impede the employee’s ability to obtain the benefits to which they are entitled, as the employer may claim that the injury is not work related.

Upon notification, the employer must either inform the State of California (if the employer is self-insured) or their Workers Compensation Insurance carrier. After seeking medical assistance, the treating physician must submit a work injury report, setting forth the extent of the injuries.

If emergency treatment is required, your employer is required to ensure that you obtain medical care immediately, and under Workers Compensation Guidelines your employer may direct that you be taken to a specific medical facility.

If you or a loved one has suffered severe or catastrophic injuries, it is crucial that you retain a compassionate and knowledgeable Fresno Workers Compensation Lawyer as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected.

Finally, if you have filed a Workers Comp Claim and your employer is taking retaliatory actions against you after you return to work, call The Grossman Law Offices immediately. California Law prohibits employer retaliation as a result of a work related injury. We will fight for you and bring an additional action against your employer on your behalf.

Contact a Fresno Workers Compensation Lawyer for a Free Consultation

Whether you have sustained minor injuries or catastrophic injuries on the job, a Fresno Workers Compensation Attorney at The Grossman Law Offices is here to help you! We will not only fight to ensure that you obtain the maximum benefits possible, we will also preserve and protect your rights throughout the process.

Please complete our Workers Comp Case Evaluation Form  for immediate assistance and answers to your questions. Call us at (800) 462-5555. We will thoroughly review your case, provide an honest and up-front case analysis, and educate you regarding any Benefits to which you may be entitled.

The Grossman Law Offices have been representing clients who work and live in Fresno and all of the surrounding communities for more than 40 years, and we possess the experience you require to get your life back!