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Work Injury

Hurt at work? Trust the experienced work injury attorneys at Perona, Langer, Beck and Harrison to help you secure full and fair compensation.

You have a right to a safe and healthy workplace. So when you get hurt at work, you are well within your rights to seek compensation.

For most individuals, this involves pursuing a workers compensation claim. Unfortunately, California’s workers compensation laws are very complicated, and it is not at all uncommon for injured individuals to have their claims disputed and their payments denied or reduced.

Don’t Settle for Minimum Payments!

PLBH Will Fight for Full Compensation for Your Needs

At PLBH, we care about every client’s needs. When you hire us as your work injury attorney, we will bring our 50+ years of experience in workers compensation and personal injury law to bear on your case, preparing the strongest possible argument for you to receive full and fair compensation for all the damages and suffering related to your injury.

Depending on the facts of your case, you may be able to receive compensation for:

  • Medical costs
  • Lost wages
  • Lost earning power
  • Rehabilitation cost
  • Long-term care
  • Disability
  • Vocational retraining
  • Emotional distress

We can also help the families of individuals who have suffered fatal work injuries to secure death benefits.

We Handle All Kinds of Injuries

At PLBH, we handle all kinds of work injuries, accidents and illnesses. We have the skills and knowledge required to help you clearly demonstrate the extent of your suffering so that you can clearly prove your need for compensation. Examples of the types of work injury cases we handle include:

Workers Comp vs Personal Injury Claims

While the majority of workers are covered under worker’s comp, some employers are not required to carry this coverage. If you are not covered, or if your accident involves liability on the part of someone other than your employer, you may have the option of pursuing a personal injury claim. The most important difference between the two types of claims is that workers comp does not require any proof of fault. All you have to prove is that you were injured at work or due to a condition of work. In a personal injury claim, you must show that someone else caused your injury. Additionally, keep in mind that while workers comp does not cover damages for pain and suffering, personal injury claims do.

You can rely on our experienced attorneys to advise you whether it is in your best interests to pursue a workers compensation claim or a personal injury claim.

Start Building Your Case Today

If you have been injured at work, it is essential to act quickly to preserve your ability to make a strong claim for compensation. Report your injury to your employer right away, and then contact the work injury attorneys at Perona, Langer, Beck and Harrison for help. We will start working on your behalf immediately and make sure your claim gets filed within the deadlines.

Call us at (800) 435-7542 to learn more about our no-risk work injury representation during a free initial consultation.