Accidente de Trabajo
Employers have an obligation to provide workers’ compensation benefits to those who are injured during the scope and course of employment. However, sometimes employers and their insurance companies will deny claims, preventing an employee from receiving benefits to which he or she is entitled. If you are out of work due to a work injury and have been denied authorization for medical coverage or wage benefits, an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer can advocate for you.
For more than 40 years, Dixon & Daley, LLP, has provided professional legal services to clients throughout Southern California. We understand the financial and emotional burden workplace injuries can cause. Our attorneys will handle all interactions with the insurance company and your employer, leveling the playing field and allowing you to focus on healing. Our goal is to help you obtain the benefits you deserve.
Workplace Accident Attorneys
At Dixon & Daley, LLP, our legal team has the knowledge and experience required to handle all types of workplace injuries. This includes the following:
- Repetitive motion injuries
- Cumulative injuries
- Toxic exposure
- Machinery and tool injuries
- Construction site accidents
- Wrongful death
Our Whittier workers’ compensation attorneys are dedicated to guiding you through every step of your legal claim. We will ensure you receive fair and full wage benefits as well as coverage for quality medical treatment. If the injuries resulted in the loss of a loved one, we also can assist with receiving death benefits. If your injuries are permanent and prevent you from returning to work, we can help you with a Social Security Disability claim.
We can also advise on workers’ compensation and personal injury cases when the two areas of law are both applicable in a single case.
Contact Dixon & Daley, LLP, Today
For a free initial consultation, contact us at 562-567-0426 or toll free at 800-671-3818. You may also send us an email using the form on this website. We charge our legal fees on contingency. This means you will not pay legal fees unless you receive fair and full compensation.