San Francisco Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses On-the-Job Accident Compensation
If you are injured at work, you should inform your supervisor immediately, as it’s necessary for your compensation process to begin. You also want to ensure to keep copies of your medical forms. This is necessary for the compensation process to run smoothly. The copies can be used where evidence will be required. Continue reading →
Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss Workplace Safety Tips for Avoiding Accidents
Building contractors, factory workers, executives, architects and admins all need to protect themselves on the job. But what are the real and tangible risks associated with your job? What can you and your coworkers do to eliminate or at least substantially reduce risk of injury at the workplace? Continue reading →
San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Addresses Worker’s Compensation Claims
After an on-the-job accident in the Bay Area, you could be eligible for compensation beyond a worker’s compensation claim. Even though worker’s compensation generally prevents individuals from suing an employer for additional compensation, in many cases, other parties may be liable in an accident. If you believe a third party caused your injury, speak to a personal injury lawyer. Continue reading →
Personal Injury from a San Francisco Auto Accident
Victims in auto crashes, slip and falls, sports injuries, and workplace accidents often experience a horrific condition known as whiplash. This soft tissue ailment afflicts thousands of people in San Francisco and beyond, and it typically shows up after car accidents and falls. Continue reading →
Got Fired After Getting Injured and/or Filing a Workers’ Comp Claim?
Is That Considered Retaliation?
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Whether you broke your leg working at a San Francisco City construction project; you hurt your back in a car accident while making a delivery, or you suffered acute chemical exposure at a company lab, you just want fair and honest treatment. Unfortunately, sometimes employers punish workers for complaining or filing workers’ compensation claims. Continue reading →
If you or a family member was recently hurt at a job or at a work site in Northern California, you might be entitled to more than just workers’ compensation benefits!
Depending on what happened, you could also have the right to file a lawsuit against a third party that either caused or indirectly contributed to what happened to you. Unfortunately, many injured victims never learn about this option. And even when they understand that it might be available, they often fail to pursue it because their workers’ comp attorney lacks the capacity or know-how to follow through. Continue reading →