Why Choose The Morris Law Group To Handle Your Workers Compensation Claim?
If you are one of the many injured workers in Riverside, CA, or the surrounding areas that have legitimate workers compensation claims that were fully or partially denied, but don’t know where to turn? Start by getting in touch with the best workers compensation attorney Riverside CA.
Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in helping injured workers get the compensation that they deserve. Get in touch today for a free consultation.
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How Can A Workers Compensation Attorney Riverside CA Help?
Having to fight for the benefits that you deserve under worker’s compensation laws is not simple – it can often be complex trying to protect rights of injured workers.
However, The Morris Law Group understands the importance of what is at stake and will fight tooth and nail to ensure that you are supported and guided through the complex worker’s comp process. From helping you understand the difficult issues such as the statute of limitations, how to get paid disability benefits, how to get appropriate medical treatment, how to get your employer to honor your work restrictions, you can be confident that we will stand by your side to help in every way possible.
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Type’s Of Workers Compensation We Handle:
- Back injuries
- Head and brain injuries
- Unsafe work condition injuries
- Occupational disease and illness/long-term exposure
- Repetitive motion injuries/continuous trauma
- Catastrophic or fatal workplace accidents
Workers Compensation Frequently Asked Questions
Do I Have A Time Limit For Filing?
The statute of limitations for filing California workers’ compensation claims is one year from the day of the accident or injury.
Will Workers Compensation Reimburse My Full Salary?
Lost wage benefits through the California workers’ comp system do not reimburse an injured worker for all income lost. Instead, it will only amount to about two-thirds of the employee’s average gross wages.
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