Ventura Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Injured at work? File a workers’ compensation claim. You want to be sure that when you do file a claim, you get the benefits you deserve. Get an experienced Ventura workers’ compensation lawyer on your side. Filing a workers’ compensation claim can be a confusing process, so let an experienced 1-800-THE-LAW2 Ventura Workers’ Compensation Lawyer handle your claim for you.

Why Call a 1-800-THE-LAW2 Ventura Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?

  • Risk Free: You get paid, or you don’t pay at all!
  • Free Consultation: No up-front, out-of-pocket fees
  • Easy: 24 hour call center available in English and Spanish
  • Confidential: Your information is safe with our trustworthy staff and attorneys
  • Success: Since, 1985 1-800-THE-LAW2 attorneys have delivered over 700 million dollars to accident victims

What Can a 1-800-THE-LAW2 Ventura Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Do for you?

  • Medical expenses paid
  • Job security once the accident has been reported
  • Receive up to $4,400 a month while you recuperate
  • Temporary or permanent disability benefits
  • Family death benefits
  • Rehabilitation
  • Job retraining

How Long Do I Have to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

If you were injured at work take action right away because you only have 30 days to file a workers’ compensation claim. We have intake specialists available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call: 1-800-THE-LAW2.

Ventura Workers Compensation Lawyer

You are not alone, in fact every year 12,295 workers’ compensation claims are filed in Ventura County. Take action now.

Have Questions?

We’ll be happy to answer them. Give us a call at 1-800-THE-LAW2 or 1-800-THE-LAW2 now. Start making things better for yourself and your family. Call 1-800-THE-LAW2 now to schedule your free consultation with a trustworthy Ventura Workers’ Compensation Lawyer. Hablamos EspaƱol.

Pursuant to Labor Code Section 5432(a)

Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.