Filing a Claim

Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim in San Diego

If you have been hurt on the job, time is of the essence. It is important to consult with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney right away to ensure your rights are protected. Do not delay!

Filing a Work Comp Claim in San Diego

Did you know that employers in the state of California are required to file a claim with their insurance provider within 24 hours of a workplace injury? If you have been injured on the job, and your employer did not file a claim in a timely manner, they are not in compliance with the law. A company’s failure to file a claim by the required deadline may be an important sign that the company or its insurance carrier is unwilling to pay you the benefits you are due, or to help you get the medical services that you need. Having an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer in your corner is the best thing you can do to ensure your rights are well protected.

Filing a Workers’ Comp Claim in San Diego

Our workers’ compensation lawyers participating in Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group’s joint marketing program are knowledgeable about the workers’ compensation system and the legal system in California, and can help you get the medical attention and financial compensation that you deserve. Our work comp attorneys can guide you through the often-confusing process of claiming the benefits that you deserve. Our workers compensation lawyers will also help make sure you receive the medical treatment you need to recover.

I’m not sure how to file a claim. What should I do?

If you have not yet filed a claim, the legal experts participating in the Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group’s joint marketing program can assist you with filing a workers’ compensation claim, or we can file the claim on your behalf. It is important to file a claim as soon as possible after your workplace accident, so please contact us immediately.

I’ve already filed a claim. Now what?

Filing a workers’ compensation claim with your employer is an important first step, but please understand this: simply filing a claim is not enough. If you have already filed a workers’ compensation claim, the legal experts at the Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group’s joint marketing program will also file an application for adjudication of your claim.

What is adjudication?

Adjudication is the legal process by which a judge reviews evidence and argumentation set forth by opposing parties to come to a decision, which determines rights and obligations between the parties involved. Adjudication is important because it gets a case number assigned to your case, which is necessary to take your case to court for a hearing or other courtroom procedure. Filing an application for adjudication also helps preserve the statute of limitations, which is the deadline for filing a claim after your workplace accident. If you do not report your injury in a timely manner, you may lose the right to claim workers’ compensation.

I’m so confused! I’m just not sure what to do next.

Dealing with a workplace injury can be overwhelming, and you may be confused about what to do or where to turn. Please don’t go through this alone! You deserve to have the legal expertise and experience of the Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group’s joint marketing program workers’ compensation lawyers working alongside you during this difficult time. Our workers’ compensation attorneys can help you navigate this confusing process, and obtain the benefits that you deserve.

Call the Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group at 619-798-6487 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation about your personal injury or workers’ compensation case with one of our workers comp lawyers in San Diego today.