Most people don’t think too much about workers’ compensation until they suffer a work injury themselves. Because of this, many employers who abuse the system skate by for years without facing any repercussions for their violations. If you have been injured at work and are having trouble getting the benefits to which you are entitled, RP Law Group is here to help. We have built our reputation on our aggressive representation and positive results obtained for our valued clients.
What Do Bloomington Workers' Compensation Benefits Look Like?
When you sustain an injury in the workplace, you are supposed to receive appropriate financial compensation from your employer, whether your injury causes you to miss work or not. You are entitled to full reimbursement of medical expenses stemming from the injury or condition as well as partial wage compensation for the time you are unable to work. Most people receive approximately two-thirds of their regular weekly wages until they are able to return to their duties, although some great employers go above and beyond and give injured employees their full wages.
If your employer has failed to cover your medical costs or give you the minimum wage award, they are in violation of state and federal employment and labor laws.
RP Law Group & Bloomington Work Injuries
RP Law Group is proud to serve the residents of Bloomington with workers’ compensation legal counsel. Owner and attorney Raj Patel is a trusted and respected advocate of laborer’s rights in the area, known for his passionate commitment to defending California workers. If you have been injured at work and need help with your workers’ compensation claim, Raj Patel is the man for the job.
If you’re struggling with a difficult work injury in Bloomington, contact us at (951) 394-3640 now to speak with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney at RP Law Group. We’ll do everything we can to ensure you obtain the compensation you deserve.
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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."