When you are injured on the job and make a workers' compensation claim, you are entitled to receive a number of benefits which can not only aid in your recovery, but can help support you financially by taking care of some or all of the financial burden placed on you as a result of the injury. In addition, workers' compensation can extend indefinitely if you are permanently disabled as a result of your job. All of this is dependent on a number of factors, including a doctor's evaluation and prognosis as to your ability to recover.
If you have been injured as a result of an accident while on the job, you may be entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits from your employer. However, insurance companies look out for themselves first and may seek to deny your claim if they can find a reason which would negate their legal obligation to do so. Don't allow your legal rights to be falsely taken away; call our skilled Santa Maria workers' compensation attorney and get help with your legal battle.
Every workers' compensation policy is different, and likewise each individual workers' compensation claim is going to yield a different result as to the exact amount of compensation that will be provided to the injured party. At Berry, Smith & Bartell, a Professional Law Corporation, you can rely on us to fight for you and get you the treatment and compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Workers' Compensation benefits can include the following:
When filing your claim, it is important to make sure you closely follow the workers' compensation process, which includes filing your claim in a timely manner, filling out the correct paperwork, and submitting yourself for a full evaluation of your condition by a doctor or professional medical examiner. This process can be confusing and overwhelming, and we understand the dififculties you may have during these trying times. At Berry, Smith & Vartell, we have over 120 years of combined experience with workers' compensation cases of all types, and put our extensive experience with California workers' compensation law to work for you to get you the help you deserve.