Have You Been Injured at Work?

We help injured workers with their workers’ compensation claims . Our job is to plan a strategy for your case, gather information to support your claim, keep track of deadlines and represent you in hearings before a workers’ compensation judge at your local Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board office. If you hire one of our attorneys, the attorney’s fees will be taken out of benefits you receive. A judge must approve the fees.

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My work injury caused a lot of frustration for me. I was in constant pain, not certain about the future and totally confused about the process. The worker comp system had a lot of details and deadlines I was not aware of. Your office did an amazing job holding my hand through out the process and made sure I got the right treatment and compensation.

I am very pleased with the settlement and how hard your office worked for me. Thank you for everything, Statewide.

God bless, Anita Lomeli

What is workers’ compensation?

If you get hurt on the job or at work, your employer is required by law to pay for workers’ compensation benefits. Examples of workplace injuries:

  • One event at work: Examples: hurting your back in a fall, getting burned by a chemical that splashes on your skin, getting hurt in a car accident while making deliveries.
  • Repeated exposures at work: Examples: hurting your wrist from doing the same motion over and over, losing your hearing because of constant loud noise.

Most Common Worker Compensation Injuries

Frequently Asked Questions

As a Worker in California, You Have Rights. We Help You Defend Your Rights.

At Statewide Law our attorneys are dedicated to helping workers like you who have been injured on the job and need help with their worker's compensation claim. We work with you to develop a strategy for your case, gather information to support your claim, keep track of court deadlines, and represent you in hearings before a workers’ compensation judge at your local Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board office.

If you choose to work with us, any fees apply only after your claim has been resolved in your favor. A judge must approve the fees.