Since opening our doors in 2011, we have dedicated our practice toward achieving a simple vision: To promote and protect the physical, emotional and financial well-being of the individuals and families who turn to us for help.

An Alternative Experience That Focuses On Achieving Your Goals

At Oktanyan Der-Grigorian Law Group, Inc., we offer an alternative to the large, corporate law firms. As a boutique firm and a family-run business, we are owned and operated by compassionate and experienced lawyers who embrace the opportunity to work one-on-one with our clients.

Although a lot of firms talk about wanting to help people, we believe in living out that commitment every day.

Below are just a few of the qualities that help set us apart:

  • Your well-being is our first priority:

    At ODG Law Group, we are a family practice. As sisters working together, we understand the importance of family and what it means to stand up for those closest to you. We bring the same sense of compassion, loyalty and dedication to our clients' cases to ensure you feel safe, welcome and well-represented.

  • Strong representation with an emphasis on education:

    Our priority is to secure the benefits and compensation you need to recover from a work-related injury. We do this by empowering you with the education and representation necessary to make informed decisions and take decisive action.

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Heart Attack After Work

Client suffered a mild Heart Attack after work hours as a result of her repetitive job duties and stressful conditions at work.


Crane Operator Neck Injury

Crane Operator suffered orthopedic injuries to his neck, back, knees, and lower extremities as a result of repetitive job duties at construction sites.

What our Clients Say

I have been working for a famous hotel in Los Angeles for more than 2.5 years when an accident happened inside the hotel and I had meniscus tear of my right knee and back pain. After I found out the management didn’t care of my situation I decided to get an attorney, so I researched on the computer and I found ODG Law Group. I met with Leanna and she explained how she can help me. Because she was very nice and honest person I signed a contract and she accepted my case. After few years I decided to settle my case and I was happy about it. I also want to thanks to Tina. She is very nice person and every time I contact her she helped me with good manner. Thank you ODG Law Group for your professional work.

~J.Y. Glendale CA


They helped me out when no one else would. They took the time to listen and were compassionate and patient. They have a wonderful and supportive staff. I always felt safe and cared for. They helped me reach a satisfactory conclusion to my case.

~A.C., Burbank, CA

A Family Firm Dedicated To Protecting
Injured Workers In Southern California

Regardless of the type of work you do, every job comes with the inherent risk of injury. Whether you are a construction worker, a laborer operating heavy machinery, a factory employee lifting heavy weights, a warehouse worker operating forklifts or a management analyst with a desk job, there is always the danger of job-related injuries and illnesses. Workers' compensation is designed to provide benefits and care for workers who have been injured on the job. Over the decades, workers' compensation laws have expanded to include not just injuries suffered on the job, but also illnesses caused by conditions at the workplace.

If you have suffered a workplace injury and have questions about benefits, returning to work or concerns about retaliation on the part of your employer, the experienced workers' compensation lawyers at the ODG Law Group can help you better understand your legal rights and options. We will fight hard to protect your rights and help you secure the treatment and benefits you need to recover, heal and move forward. Call us at 818-651-6333 for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.

How Does Workers' Compensation Help?

Workers' compensation provides a number of benefits for injured workers including reimbursement of medical expenses, recovery of lost wages and compensation for temporary and permanent disabilities. Depending on the nature and circumstances of your case, workers may also be able to receive vocational retraining to return to the workforce. When workers are killed on the job or die due to an occupational illness, dependents or family members are usually eligible to receive monetary benefits as well. Workers' compensation covers some, but not all, stress-related (psychological) injuries caused by your job.

Knowing Your Rights as an Employee

It is important that workers are aware of their critical rights when it comes to workers' compensation. Some of those rights are as follows:

  • Employers must provide medical care if you are injured on the job, regardless of whether you miss time from work.
  • You may be eligible to receive benefits even if you are a temporary or part-time worker.
  • You may be covered by workers' compensation as an employee even if you are called an "independent contractor."
  • You do not have to be a legal resident of the United States to receive most workers' compensation benefits. You may be eligible even if you are an undocumented worker.
  • You can receive benefits regardless of who was at fault for your job-related injury.
  • It is illegal for your employer to retaliate against you or terminate your employment for filing a workers' compensation claim.

What Workers' Compensation Covers

Some of the benefits covered by workers' compensation includes:
  • Medical care: This is paid for by your employer's workers' compensation insurance to help you recover from an injury or illness caused by work. This covers expenses such as doctor visits, diagnostics, medicines, equipment, travel, physical therapy and other treatment costs.
  • Disability benefits: This includes payments if you lose wages because your injury prevents you from temporarily doing your usual job as you recover. You could also get paid if you don't recover completely and your injury causes a permanent loss of physical or mental function that can be evaluated by a doctor.
  • Job displacement benefits: This is a voucher that helps pay for retraining or skill enhancement if you are eligible to receive permanent disability benefits, your employer doesn't offer you work and you don't return to work for your employer.
  • Death benefits: If a worker is killed on the job, his or her spouse, children or other dependents may be able to receive payments through workers' compensation.

What Steps Should You Take?

Workplace injuries can be extremely traumatic, both physically and emotionally. However, there are a number of steps workers would be well advised to take in the aftermath of an injury in order to protect their rights. First, it is important that you report the injury to your supervisor and make it clear to him or her that the injury was caused by work or occurred on the job. If your injury or illness developed gradually, report it as soon as you learn that it was caused by your job. California law requires workers to report injuries or illnesses within 30 days.

Make sure your supervisor prepares an accident report. If your supervisor won't do that, then, you should write a letter stating the facts of your injury and give a copy of the letter to your supervisor. The report or letter should have important details including the date, time and location of the incident, who was present at the time and the type of injury that was caused by the incident. Be sure to keep a copy of this report for your records.

Get emergency medical treatment if necessary. If it is an emergency, call 911 or go to the emergency room right away. Your employer must make sure you have access to emergency treatment right away. You may have to a doctor who is approved by your employer's insurer. Make sure you follow the doctor's directions. Contact an experienced workers' compensation lawyer who will help ensure your rights are protected every step of the way and that you are fairly compensated for your injuries and losses.

How We Can Help You

California workers' compensation laws are complex and your employer or their insurer may try to provide you with the benefits to which you are entitled. We have years of experience fighting for the rights of workers and their families. We serve as vocal and effective advocates for our clients throughout the process. We take care of all the paperwork and monitor the process so you can focus on health and well-being. We provide quality, compassionate legal representation.

At Oktanyan Der-Grigorian Law Group, Inc., we understand the daunting challenges injured workers and their families face in the aftermath of a workplace injury. We will explain your options, represent your best interests and help you secure the compensation you need and rightfully deserve. Call us at 818-651-6333 to obtain more information about pursuing your legal rights.

If you have been injured, our Glendale workers compensation lawyers can help. Learn why you need a workers' comp lawyer. Then call us at 818-651-6333 for a free consultation

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