If your employer has denied your workers’ comp claim, you may be asking yourself what to do next. The first thing you need to do is determine the reason why.
If your employer has denied your workers’ comp claim, you may be asking yourself what to do next.
You have done everything right in pursuing your workers’ comp benefits – yet the insurance company or (self-insuring employer) is withholding your benefits.
If you find yourself needing workers’ comp due to an injury or illness on the job, our hope is that your employer is doing everything they can to help you with your claim.
If your employer is pressuring you into using your own private health insurance for treating a work-related injury or illness, reach out to Bossie Law and we can discuss your case.
Filing a Workers’ Compensation claim is not the same as suing your employer. Your employer should have workers’ compensation insurance that covers the cost of workers’ compensation claims. Similar to
All workers injured on the job are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits in the State of California. This includes undocumented immigrants. Undocumented Immigrants in California who are injured on the
If you are unable to return to work because of your workplace injury, and you employer is unable to offer you other work, you will be likely entitled to Supplemental
If your doctor does not clear you to return to work, or your employer cannot accommodate any restrictions, you will receive temporary total disability (TTD). Temporary total disability payments are
Injured on the job? Do not pass GO! Do NOT collect $200. Go directly to your employer. Reporting the incident as soon as possible is essential to ensuring you’ll be compensated fairly.