Receive a Workers’ Comp Notice? We are Prepared to Help
Notices concerning workers’ compensation are confusing. And no wonder: they are written in bureaucratic, legal mumbo-jumbo. They are not meant for regular people to understand. The trouble is that your rights to medical benefits, your job and your lost wages may be riding on your understanding and acting in a timely manner on the notices that you receive.
Understanding Your Notice and Taking Action on Your Behalf
At the San Diego Law Office of Leslie S. Shaw, we can help you understand these notices, inform you of what you need to do as a result of these notices and take action to protect your rights as necessary — from the start to the finish of your workers’ compensation case.
Swift, Timely and Focused Workers’ Compensation Representation
Since 1992, our lawyer, Leslie S. Shaw, has been focused on protecting the rights of workers injured on the job. She returns all communications promptly and can help you deal with a broad spectrum of workers’ compensation legal matters.
We have helped clients who have received notices — often suddenly and with no advance warning — that include:
- Ending benefits or claim denial of temporary benefits, despite the fact that the worker is not feeling any better
- Informing you that your employer’s insurance company objects to you receiving further medical treatment, even though your own doctor says you need continued medical care
- Seeking to resolve your case
- Telling you it is too soon to determine whether you have a claim, which makes people uncertain as to whether their benefits are going to be paid
You have a right to compensation related to having to take a medication that is giving you side effects. Learn your rights by seeking a free initial consultation with our firm.