Frequently asked questions
You will receive personal attention from our firm. Communication is understandably extremely during the course of a case. You will be able to speak to someone in our office with questions and concerns. You will also be able to speak to the attorney directly. Furthermore, one attorney will be handling your case. You will not have to speak with a different attorney each time you request to speak with the attorney.
During the course of a case, you will be informed of important events.
For instance, you will be informed of medical appointments and important medical examinations. You will also be informed of court hearings and trials.
Should there be a deposition, our firm will prepare you to answer the questions and will protect your rights at the deposition.
You will also be free to call our office should you desire an update on your case.
You should immediately report your injury to your employer/supervisor and request medical treatment from your employer. Also request a claim form from your employer and consult with an attorney regarding your rights under the law.
You should contact an attorney immediately. Your ability to file a lawsuit is subject to the applicable statute of limitations. If you do not file a lawsuit in a timely manner, your right to file a lawsuit may be barred.
You can contact the office by calling (213) 388-7888. You can also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
An attorney may help you obtain the benefits you are entitled to. Furthermore, an experienced attorney can help maximize the benefits you are entitled to and obtain a settlement you are satisfied with.
If you are wrongfully discriminated against and/or terminated for filing a workers’ compensation claim, you may have a case for disability discrimination and/or wrongful termination.
There is no charge for the consultation. Should you receive an award of benefits, the firm will receive no more than 15% of the award.