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WorkInjury888.com is a service provided by the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth as a basic guide to understanding California workers’ compensation law. Our helpful work comp attorneys have been helping injured workers recover from their injuries, pursue missing wages, and navigate the complicated workers’ compensation appeals process since 1984. For more than three decades, our law firm has grown and adapted to the changes in workers’ comp law, providing expert legal assistance to injured workers.
We provide 100% free injury consultations in English, Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese. During your free consultation, we take the time to listen to your story and provide you with information that can help you pursue your claim. There is no risk in pursuing a workers’ compensation claim because the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth offers a No Recovery, No Fee guarantee.
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The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth offers a full range of legal help for injured workers. We help our clients through all stages of the workers’ compensation claim process. From injury to recovery,
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There is a lot of confusion that centers around the details of injuries at work. What qualifies as a work injury? What if the injury was my fault? What if I wasn’t physically at work when I was hurt? What if the injury wasn’t the result of a one-time event? These are frequently asked questions that have definitive answers.
When a worker suffers injury as the result of the negligence of a third party (not the worker or the employer), he or she may be able to pursue the negligent person, persons, or company for further damages. Examples of third party claims could be a taxi driver struck by a big rig or a machine malfunction resulting in injury.
Injured workers are entitled to certain benefits under the labor code. Potential benefits include medical treatment, financial compensation for missed work, and job training if they can no longer perform the same type of work. The availability of certain benefits is dependent on the severity of an injury and the length of physical recovery.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are programs provided by the federal government to help individuals who are no longer able to work. Eligibility requirements for both programs are complex and require extensive documentation for a successful application.
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The workers’ compensation claim system is incredibly confusing. If you’ve been injured at work, sometimes it’s best to explain your situation to an expert. The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth offers free consultations for injured workers, and we can start you on the road to physical and financial recovery.