The laws of California have dramatically changed over the last several years with regard to workers' compensation law; sometimes referred to as "Workman's Compensation" or "Worker's Comp." Under these laws, your ability to seek compensation has been significantly changed.
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The following situations would warrant you seeking legal advice if you have been injured on the job:
1. You've sustained a serious work injury.
2. Your employer is an uninsured employer.
3. The insurance company wants to take a deposition from you.
4. The insurance company wants to take a deposition from your physician.
5. The injury requires surgery.
6. You are having problems getting workers' compensation benefits.
7. A third party (not your employer or a co-worker) was responsible for the injury at your place of employment.
8. The insurance company is offering a settlement of more than a few thousand dollars.
There are other reasons to consider seeking legal advice, but these are some of them.
California Workers' Compensation attorneys at Rizio & Nelson are here to provide you the necessary legal assistance to understand your rights under the new workers' compensation laws.
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For a free consultation, please call our Inland Empire Workers' Compensation Attorneys/Lawyers 800-604-6712 or contact us online. You can contact the firm 24 hours a day.
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