FILING A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM WITH OUR LOS ANGELES FIRM
Were you injured on the job? Do you need to file a workers’ compensation claim? Let our Los Angeles workers’ compensation lawyers at Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP help. Backed by more than century of combined experience and millions of dollars in successful settlements, we can be trusted to help you through the claims- ling process from start to finish.
At Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP, your case will be handled by a team that:
Offers free consultations
Was established more than 45 years ago
Speaks English, Spanish, Mandarin, & Cantonese
Works on contingency fees – if we don’t win, you don’t pay
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ABOUT THE PROCESS
If a work-related injury or illness has left you unable to full the role of your position, you may be able to file a workers’ compensation claim to help you pay for medical care, rehabilitation, and any lost wages.
Below, you can and answers to some of the frequently asked questions we receive about ling workers’ compensation claims. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have additional questions. We would be happy to schedule a free consultation to discuss all of your questions and concerns.
How long do I have to file a claim after an accident?
The California statute of limitations for ling a workers’ compensation claim is one year from the date of the injury or illness. We encourage you to file your claim sooner rather than later, however, because details about the case can be easily lost or forgotten with the more time that elapses.
Why do I need an attorney to help with my claim?
It is not uncommon for workers’ compensation claims to be disputed by and / or denied by your employer or the insurance carrier. When an attorney prepares your claim, you can ensure that all paperwork is completed correctly and you can avoid an unnecessary denial. Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP can help you prepare your claim, complete with solid documentation of the accident and full medical records regarding the injury / illness and treatment.
What do I do if my employer refuses to cooperate with me when I try to file a claim?
Unfortunately, not all employers are eager to help injured employees file workers’ compensation claims after an accident. In such cases, our rm can be contacted for help. We are aggressive advocates for the clients we represent, and we are prepared to take legal action if an employer won’t cooperate.
Take the first step toward making a difference. Call our offices in San Gabriel or Los Angeles, California, at (866) 896-6351 or contact us online to set up your free consultation.