As soon as you are injured in a workplace-related accident, employer at Chino should immediately report your injuries to their insurance company and follow the necessary protocol to ensure you obtain the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are legally entitled. Unfortunately, not all employers take appropriate action, and disputes can arise. If your employer has neglected to properly file the paperwork, leaving you without compensation for your medical expenses and other costs associated with your workplace injury, they need to be held accountable. The state of California is very clear when it comes to protecting the workers’ compensation rights of employees, and RP Law Group is prepared to fight for these rights and help you receive the benefits that you are owed.
Workers' Compensation Laws in Chino
California state law requires that any employer that employs at least one person must offer workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance helps to cover the medical expenses and lost wages for any employee who has sustained an injury while on the job. Full-time employees, part-time workers, seasonal employees, and even independent contractors all qualify for such benefits.
Frequent Types of Workplace Injuries
The California Commission of Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation recently released data demonstrating how overexertion and bodily reaction injuries account for 37% of all workplace injuries. Other common types of workplace injuries include: injuries resulting from contact with an object or equipment; injuries caused by falls, slips, and trips; injuries caused by exposure to harmful substances or chemicals; injuries caused by transportation accidents; injuries caused by other people or animals; and injuries resulting from fires and explosions.
RP Law Group Assisting Area Workers
RP Law Group is proud to help employees in the Chino area resolve their employment law or workers’ compensation matters. Since opening his own practice in 2003, principal attorney Raj Patel has used his keen understanding of California employment law to assist countless clients and help them receive the compensation they need and deserve. If you have recently suffered an injury in the workplace and need help receiving your hard-earned benefits, or if you are currently embroiled in a dispute with your employer or their insurance company, contact RP Law Group today.
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Report it! The sooner you report your injury to your supervisor, the better. After that, you need to consult an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. You can call us at (951) 394-3640 to get the help you deserve.
Workers' compensation claims are separated by specific injuries that happen in one event, and injuries that have developed over time. Our attorneys will explain the differences and write your claim accordingly.
Yes. If a doctor tells you to stop working because of a work-related injury, you should receive temporary disability insurance coverage. If you are not being paid, call our offices now to get help.
If the injured part of your body is not the same as it was before this injury once your treatment ends, you should receive "permanent disability."