Modesto Seasonal Work-Related Injury Attorney
Seasonal labor is often physical work, putting the people who work these jobs at risk of injury and disability. Seasonal jobs can also be more dangerous than year-round work, because the temporary nature of the work often requires increased intensity and efficiency. For example, it is not unusual for seasonal workers to work seven days a week at work sites, including:
Working long hours under often-pressured conditions, it is not surprising that seasonal workers in California face an array of work-related injuries, for example:
- Falls from ladders
- Farm injuries
- Warehouse injuries
- Heat exhaustion/exposure
- Machinery-related injuries
- Valley fever
At the Law Offices of Kelly, Duarte, Urstoeger & Ruble LLP, we are dedicated to helping all injured workers in Modesto, Stockton and beyond collect workers’ comp benefits they may be owed resulting from an on-the-job injury. Seasonal workers have rights just like any other kind of worker. Come in for your free initial consultation with a Modesto seasonal work-related injury lawyer and find out how we can help you.
Immigration Status And Workers’ Compensation
A person need not be a United States citizen to apply for workers’ compensation. One needs only to have been injured while performing the duties of a job in this country. Immigrants may face certain limits on the amount of benefits they can receive through workers’ compensation, but they are still eligible to apply. If you are a seasonal worker who has been hurt on the job, take advantage of your free initial consultation and discuss your case with an English- or Spanish-speaking lawyer.
Empower Yourself To Recover
Your work may be seasonal, but your health and well-being are year-round. We at the Law Offices of Kelly, Duarte, Urstoeger & Ruble LLP, are dedicated to helping all types of California workers claim workers’ compensation where appropriate. If you’re hurt and have questions, speak with one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys by calling us at 209-225-9463 or using the contact form.
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.