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
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