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Long Beach Workers’ Compensation Attorney

An injury can turn your life upside down. Living through a painful injury or the medical interventions they require is challenging. Missing work and the income loss that it creates can add stress and anxiety to your life as well.

If the injury you sustained took place on the job, there are protections in place to compensate you for the many damages you might currently face. Contact a Long Beach workers’ compensation attorney for advice about how your injury can be addressed.

Why Aegis Law is the Best Choice for Your Workers’ Compensation Needs

  • Aegis Law has twenty years of experience representing employees who were hurt on the job and were entitled to compensation. The experience we have gained has sharpened our skills so that we are the best option for you.
  • Our skilled employment attorneys have had their hard work rewarded with successful results again and again. Aegis Law has a team of skilled negotiators who will work tirelessly to secure the best settlement available to you.
  • Though each case varies in gravity, damages, and impact, we understand that at the center of each case is a person. We want to build a relationship with this person so that we can serve each individual client to the best of our abilities.

Workers’ Compensation Benefits

After sustaining an injury at work, workers’ compensation benefits are likely available to you. Your Aegis Law workers’ compensation attorney at Long Beach can help you determine what applies to you.

Medical Expenses

Injuries can require extensive medical attention. If you were injured at work, your hospital bills, diagnostic tests, therapy, procedures, surgeries, follow-up care, and appointments and care from specialists might be covered by workers’ compensation.

Your employer’s insurance may award you $10,000 toward your medical expenses even if workers’ compensation denies your claim.

Compensation for Disabilities

Whether you experience a temporary or a permanent disability, your life will be affected. For a temporary disability, workers’ compensation usually pays ⅔ of your weekly income during the healing process.

If you become permanently disabled due to an on-the-job injury, meaning your medical team believes that you will not make a full recovery, workers’ compensation should cover the damages you sustained. Several factors go into determining how much you should recover in compensatory damages.

When deciding on a settlement, workers’ compensation attorneys will consider the following factors:

  • How serious was the impairment
  • How old you were when the injury occurred
  • What you did for a living when you were hurt

Benefits Payable Upon Death Caused by an At-Work Accident

If someone you love was the victim of a work-related accident or illness that caused their untimely death, the family may be eligible for death benefits.

  • You can expect workers’ compensation pays $10,000 for funeral expenses
  • A lump-sum payment of between $250,000 and $320,000
  • If the decedent was a parent, their children would receive the amount of money that they would have received had they been temporarily disabled. The minor children will receive this amount until they are 18 years old.

Supplemental Income for Job Training if Displaced From a Job

If an employee is no longer able to do the job they were doing at the time of the accident, workers’ compensation can award $6,000 for furthering their education so they will be prepared to do another job at their place of work.

Contact a Long Beach Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today

It is crucial that you contact a Long Beach workers’ compensation attorney promptly if you have been hurt on the job. At Aegis Law, we aim to protect your rights and to see that you receive the maximum settlement possible. Trust us to navigate the workers’ compensation system on your behalf.