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Work-Related Injuries in Ventura County

Suffered a Workplace Injury? Our Firm Can Help!

If you have been injured while performing your job duties, you may be eligible to obtain workers’ compensation benefits to help pay for medical expenses and cover lost earnings. However, it is not uncommon for an employer or its insurance company to deny legitimate workers’ comp claims. To ensure you recover your entitled benefits, having a lawyer on your side can ensure your rights and best interests are protected.

Crossroads Law Group, LLP knows how devastating work-related injuries can be, especially if it forces you or a loved one to miss significant time from work or not being able to work again. Our Ventura legal team can help you file your paperwork, meet the deadlines, negotiate with insurers, maximize recovery, and even appeal your case if necessary. Not only do we care about helping you recover from injury, but we also want to make sure you can provide for your family.

What to Do If You Are Injured on the Job

As soon as the injury occurs, you must notify your employer immediately. Unless you require emergency medical attention, you should do this before seeking treatment from an employer-approved physician. Failure to report your work-related injury within 30 days could make you ineligible for workers’ compensation.

After receiving treatment, your employer should provide a workers’ comp claim form (i.e. Form DWC-1) and inform you of your rights. Once you complete and submit the form, your employer’s insurance company may authorize payment for medical expenses and even start paying you temporary disability benefits.

Common types of work-related injuries:

  • Slip, trip and fall injuries
  • Being struck by an object
  • Overexertion
  • Car accidents
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Inhaling toxic fumes
  • Crushing injuries
  • Workplace violence or assault

In addition to workers’ compensation, it may be possible to recover financial compensation from a personal injury lawsuit. If your workplace injury was caused by a third-party not associated with your employer, you could file both a workers’ compensation claim and personal injury lawsuit. The latter enables you to recover noneconomic damages such as pain and suffering since you could only recover economic damages (e.g. medical costs and lost wages) from the former.

Call (602) 483-6178 to Discuss Your Case Today

If you have serious injuries, missed a significant amount of work, or your employer or its insurance company denies your claim, having a lawyer on your side can ensure your rights and best interests are protected. Our Ventura personal injury attorneys can guide you through the intricacies of the legal process to maximize the settlement you deserve.

Contact us and request a free consultation today.

Why hire Crossroads Law Group, LLP?

  • We offer complete Immigration & Visas services
  • We have over 35 years of strong diverse experience
  • We are heavily prepare for each case & ready for any outcome
  • We offer free consultations regardless of the legal matter
  • For accident related cases, you don't pay unless we win