Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Sometimes injured workers hesitate to contact a lawyer because they fear backlash from an employer or they believe that their insurance carrier is treating them fairly. But at the Law Offices of Kelly, Duarte, Urstoeger & Ruble LLP, we know that insurers don’t always look out for your best interests.
Workers’ compensation is a system that is supposed to provide workers with medical benefits and lost wages without having to sue.
There are complex rules regulating who can collect workers’ comp and how much money can be awarded for various types of injuries. Insurance companies know these rules, but individuals who have been injured at work often do not. That is why it is so important to level the playing field by retaining an attorney with significant experience with California workers’ compensation law. At the Law Offices of Kelly, Duarte, Urstoeger & Ruble LLP, we devote all our resources to helping clients in the Modesto and Stockton area get the financial relief they deserve after an injury.
Our Modesto workers’ compensation attorneys can get you to the right doctor who can evaluate you for the medical evidence you need to complete a claim. Come in for your free initial consultation and find out how we can help you. Call us at 209-225-9463 or email us to set up your appointment.
What Benefits Are You Entitled To?
Workers’ compensation pays for various costs resulting from a workplace accident, including:
- Medical treatment
- Temporary disability
- Permanent disability
- Death benefits
What Should I Do If I’m Injured On The Job?
- Report your work injury right away Your employer is required to report that information to their workers’ compensation insurance.
- Go to the doctor. Your employer should send you to a workers’ compensation doctor after you have reported the injury
At the Law Offices of Kelly, Duarte, Urstoeger & Ruble LLP, we can help you through the steps of a workers’ compensation claim. We handle the details so you can focus on recovery.
Call To Get An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side
Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to 5 years in prison or up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.