Worker’s Compensation

Worker’s compensation is difficult for many employees to seek out. You may have a lot of questions if you’ve suffered an injury at work and don’t know where to turn. Our workers’ compensation attorneys at Solution Law are exceptional and serve workers throughout Orange County.

A work injury can happen at any point on the job. While workers in high-risk industries such as construction, oil and gas, and mining are more vulnerable than others, even office workers can fall victim to major injuries. Work-related injuries include traumatic incidents, repetitive motion injuries, strained muscles, and illnesses caused by hazardous exposure.

What To Do in the Case of Workplace Injuries

Every day, millions of employees risk their lives for the sake of the American economy. Almost every industry has hazards, whether it’s loose carpeting in the office or dealing with traffic as a delivery person. California, like all other states, has a workers’ compensation scheme that pays benefits to injured workers without needing proof of fault. This program will compensate injured workers for workplace injuries such as:

Trips, Slips, and Falls

Falling From Great Heights

Strains/ Overexertion Damage To The Muscle

Getting Hit By Falling Things
Vehicle Collisions And Crashes

Injuries/ Illnesses Caused By Toxic Substances

Loud Noise Exposure
Workplace Fights/ Assaults
Attacks By Animals
Entanglement Of Machines
Unjust Death

It is critical for all California workers to understand that worker’s compensation is not the only option for financial recovery. Workers who have been hurt due to negligence may be able to seek larger or additional compensation through the civil court system in personal injury claims.

If your accident was caused by someone else’s negligence or malicious intent, consult with a workers’ compensation attorney before filing for workers’ compensation. Another legal path to the best possible settlement may be in your best interests.

Legal Protection for Employees Filing for Workers’ Compensation

Injured workers should never be hesitant to file workers’ compensation claims for fear of retaliation from their employers. California law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees who file safety complaints, infractions, or suffer work-related injuries. It is illegal for your employer to fire you, demote you, reduce your pay or hours, or take any other adverse employment action because of your workers’ compensation claim.

If you believe you have a case of workers’ compensation retaliation, our attorneys can assist you. We understand the factors that an employee must have in order to file this type of claim in Orange County.

Our team can take on huge firms and companies on your behalf to get to the bottom of an alleged retaliation issue and its consequences for your life. You may be able to get your job back and recompense for your losses.

Contact Solution Law in Orange County, CA for legal guidance on worker’s compensation lawsuits and personal injury claims following a workplace injury in Southern California.