We understand that when you get hurt working on the job, it’s not just you that gets hurt. Sure, it might be you that feels all of the physical pain, but everyone who depends on you suffers, too. Your family, your kids, your partner, anyone who cares for you – they’re right there alongside you throughout the entire process. That’s one of the things that got us into workers comp law: to be able to help families. We understand how important family is, as our law firm is literally sisters working together. Our work injury attorney in Los Angeles CA team is ready to help you.
A Work Injury Attorney in Los Angeles CA that Works Remotely
As of this writing, the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Essentially every business in each field has been disrupted in some way. Ours is no exception. We want to do everything that we can to maintain good social distancing, for the safety of our staff, clients, colleagues, and everyone else, so as to stop the spread of the virus. That said, we also want to be there for our clients and our potential clients as well. We’re committed to helping as many people as possible.
So, until the pandemic ends, we’ll be working remotely. That means you can get in contact with us the same as before, it just means that you’ll be doing it through your phone. We have a wide range of technologies available for this: we can talk to you through video conferencing, phone calls, or anything else. Each meeting with us through these methods is the same as it would be if we were in person. This way, we’re all just able to be that much safer.
This can be helpful for many of our clients, particularly those that have recently suffered an injury. If you’re in a hospital bed, rehabbing, or just unable to come out of your home, it makes no sense to talk to someone in person. With these virtual meetings, you’ll be able to do what’s necessary for your workers comp case all without leaving your home. That way, we can provide you with the kind of representation that you deserve without putting anyone’s safety at risk.
Fighting for Those Who are Still Working
We know that, due to the pandemic, many people are not able to work their jobs anymore. However, we know that there are many other people who are continuing to work their jobs because they have to. Perhaps they’re in an essential field, the kind of work that, quite literally, keeps our country going.
No matter the situation, it’s’ important to remember that in California, if you are hurt in the course of your job, then you are entitled to workers’ compensation. If you are performing your job and somehow injured through the course of them, then you are entitled to compensation. Not enough workers realize that. It can seem like, if you have some kind of injury, you just want to “fight through it” and keep going. That’s a noble attitude, but it’s not helpful for yourself, your family, or your company.
For example, as we’re seeing now during the pandemic, so many people that are sick are still going to work. They might be potentially spreading the virus to their co-workers, customers, clients, supervisors, and more. If you’re sick or otherwise injured through the course of doing your job, then you could be entitled to different levels of compensation. We can be there to help you to not only fill out the form, but to get the compensation that you deserve.
Walking You Through the Process
We know it’s not easy for many people to file for workers compensation. The process can seem confusing and convoluted at best. You might be rejected and think that’s the end of it – but really, that can be the time to get an attorney on your side who can help you to get what you need. It might be especially difficult during this uncertain time, as the pandemic and everything else swirls around us. If you think that you suffered an injury or illness at work, you can message us through our site or call (818) 975-3080.