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Proficient Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Serving Murrieta, Ca

Under California’s workers’ compensation law, injured workers are entitled to benefits. Discuss your case with a knowledgeable attorney today.

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Castillo & Associates are highly experienced workers’ compensation lawyers serving Murrieta, CA. Todos hablamos Español.

The State of California has a no-fault system when it comes to workers’ compensation. Ideally, this system is set to benefit both employers and their employees. When a worker is injured in his  or her place of work, the worker cannot file a lawsuit against his or her employer for damages. In return, workers do not have to prove that their employer was negligent or at-fault for their injury. Instead, workers will only need to prove that the injury was related to their work duties. The workers’ compensation system in the State of California is paid for by employers and it provides several possible benefits to employees who have been injured as a result of a work-related incident. 

Obtain the Benefits You Deserve With the Support of a Qualified Workers’ Compensation Attorney

In an instant, a workplace injury can cause long-term challenges, including emotional distress and economic hardship. Fortunately, workers’ compensation benefits are available and these benefits can help alleviate some of the burdens caused by the injury. While injured workers may be eligible to receive compensation, however, many workers face difficulties in receiving the benefits they deserve. If you or someone you love was injured at work, speak to a qualified attorney who will advocate on your behalf. 

For many years, the dedicated legal team at Castillo & Associates has proudly helped injured workers and their families receive the benefits they deserved. The firm understands that while the workers’ compensation system was designed to provide immediate aid to injured workers, workers often face trouble upon filing a claim. As a result, the attorneys at Castillo & Associates work relentlessly to ensure their clients receive the benefits they are owed. To schedule a free initial consultation with the attorneys at Castillo & Associates, consider calling (951) 552-9181 or fill out the online contact form here

California’s Workers’ Compensation System

In California, workers’ compensation is codified under the state’s Labor Code. According to the law, employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance coverage for their employees in the event of a work-related illness or injury. Injured workers’ can obtain workers’ compensation benefits without having to file a lawsuit against their employer for compensation. Although a successful lawsuit against an employer may provide an injured worker a greater monetary settlement, the process can take much longer. Upon a serious injury, most workers need immediate benefits to pay for their medical treatment and loss of wages. 

California law also requires that insurance plans provide a particular set of benefits, which must be administered in a certain way. To enforce the administration of the insurance in accordance with the state’s Labor Code, California established the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB). Here, attorneys can present workers’ compensation claim appeals to be heard by administrative judges. 

Available Workers’ Compensation Benefits

California law provides that with certain exceptions, workers’ compensation benefits can be obtained when a worker is injured while on the job. Once the employer’s insurance carrier can verify that the health condition occurred as a result of a work-related duty, the employee should be able to receive benefits. Based on the Labor Code, four types of benefits can be obtained, depending on the injury and the extent of the worker’s health condition. 

According to California’s workers’ compensation laws, the following benefits are available:

  1. Medical care and treatment
  2. Temporary disability benefits
  3. Permanent disability benefits
  4. Supplemental benefits (job retraining)

Obtain a Free Consultation From an Experienced Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today

Each and every injury caused at work can have disastrous consequences. If you or a loved one was injured at work or developed a medical condition because of a work-related overexposure, it is critically important to seek the legal assistance of a qualified workers’ compensation attorney. Although the workers’ compensation system was developed to swiftly bring aid to an injured worker, the workers’ compensation system can be complex and obtaining benefits can be challenging. Obtain legal counsel from an experienced workers’ compensation attorney who will ensure you obtain the benefits you truly deserve. 

The workers’ compensation attorneys at Castillo & Associates understand that every worker’s injury and the circumstances related to the injury are unique. Therefore, the amount of benefits each worker is entitled to under the law will be different. If you were injured at work, allow a qualified attorney advocate for your right to the highest compensation available under the law. Consider scheduling a consultation with the qualified attorneys at Castillo & Associates. Contact the firm by calling (951) 552-9181 or filling out the online contact form here

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