Employees in all industries are vulnerable to workplace injuries, which is why workers’ compensation insurance is required of every employer in Murrieta. Even if you don’t work in a traditionally “dangerous” profession, it is plausible that you could sustain a work injury or work-related medical condition. RP Law Group helps employees who have been injured at work and need help getting the benefits to which they are entitled due to problems with their employer, their employer’s insurance provider, or both.
Riskier Murrieta Industries Creating Increased Need for a Work Injury Lawyer
Though employees in any line of work can become injured or sick at work, there are some industries in Murrieta and throughout California that report a higher number of days missed from work injuries. According to the California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation, the top employees at risk of workplace injury-related absences are those employed in building or grounds cleaning and repairs, followed by those involved in transportation and material moving. The third highest at-risk profession is general installation, maintenance, and repairs, followed by those working in construction and/or extraction jobs.
RP Law Group & Murrieta Workers' Compensation
RP Law Group provides top-notch workers’ compensation attorney services to Murrieta residents facing work-related legal issues. Attorney Raj Patel formed his practice in 2003 with the intention of being a trusted and effective advocate for California’s workers. If you need help filing a workers’ compensation claim following a work injury, Mr. Patel is here to help.
RP Law Group serves clients in Murrieta and the surrounding areas with workers’ compensation claims and lawsuits. Contact our friendly office today at (951) 394-3640 to schedule a FREE consultation with an experienced lawyer who has your best interests in mind.
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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."