TYPES OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS
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As the name suggests, workers’ compensation is a program that provides for employees who were injured on the job. It financially compensates them for medical expenses and lost income. Workers’ compensation is not limited to on-the-job accidents. Benefits are also available for employees who suffer from occupational diseases, repetitive stress injuries, and psychological conditions caused by work.
Types of workers’ compensation benefits include:
- Medical only
- Temporary disability
- Permanent disability
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Expense reimbursement
- Death benefits for dependents
When an employee accepts the workers’ compensation benefits offered them, they forfeit the right to sue their employer for negligence. Because of this, it is crucial that you do not settle for less than what your injuries mandate. Unfortunately, some insurance companies are more interested in their bottom line than they are in your recovery. If you’re not careful, you can end up with far less than what is reasonably owed.
We look forward to helping you seek the recovery you need.
HOW TELLERIA, TELLERIA & LEVY, LLP CAN STAND BY YOUR SIDE
Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP has been protecting the interests of workers in Southern California for over 45 years. Our partners bring more than 100 years of experience to the table. If you’ve been injured on the job, our attorneys will work to help you negotiate a maximum settlement by considering all types of available benefits. We will comprehensively assess the nature of your injuries to make sure that nothing is left on the table.
Just as accountants know all the ways to secure a maximum refund, our legal team at Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP knows how to secure the maximum amount of benefits for their clients. Our Los Angeles workers’ compensation attorneys do not charge upfront fees. You only have to pay us if we are successful in securing compensation for you, and even then, it comes out of a percentage of the recovery.