Workers' Compensation Lawyer in Fresno
35+ Years of Experience Fighting for Injured Employees
If you were hurt at work, then you have the right as a California employee to seek the following benefits:
- Medical benefits
- Disability benefits (both long-term and temporary)
- Supplemental job displacements
When making your claim, however, be aware that your employer may not readily accept your claim. That's why you need an experienced attorney to make sure that you have the right evidence to prove your case.
At the Law Offices of Bryan K. Leiser, we are exclusively focused on assisting injured employees in fighting for a fair settlement. Our team can take your legal burden so that you can concentrate on your recovery.
Call our office at (559) 900-1303 or fill out an online form to make an appointment for your free, in-person consultation.
The Benefits of Working with A Lawyer On Your Worker's Comp Case
During your initial consultation, we will get all the facts of your case so that we can begin developing the best possible strategy. You won't be treated as just another stack of paperwork, but we will make sure that we do everything possible to meet your specific goals.
Our legal team will provide you with an honest evaluation of how much you should expect to receive for your case, and then will aggressively fight to get you the amount you
deserve. We are a no-nonsense firm, whose reputation is built on integrity and hard work.
We have helped many other workers and are extremely familiar with the claims process. Our workers' comp attorneys understand what you need for a successful claim and will make sure that you have the right documentation and evidence to move forward.
What To Do If Your Claim Has Already Been Denied
If you've already pursued a workers' comp claim that has been refused by your employer, then we can help you appeal your case to the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board. Denials are very common, and we've successfully appealed many cases to the office in Fresno, and even the state board at the California Division of Workers' Compensation.
Filing a Workers' Comp Claim for Wrongful Death
If your family member was killed in a work accident, then you may also file for benefits for death benefits, which include funeral expenses, any medical bills, and emotional damages.
While the monetary compensation can never make up for the loss of a loved one, death benefits can help to ease the financial burden.
Eligibility for Worker's Comp Benefits
Both physical and mental illness can qualify for worker's compensation benefits. Some of the most common injuries include:
Whether your injury resulted in short-term or long-term consequences, you deserve to be compensated for your losses.
Contact the Law Offices of Bryan K. Leiser.