Workers' Compensation Lawyers in Los Angeles
Securing Damages for Those Injured on the Job
When you go to work every day, you should expect that your employer is doing everything in their power to take reasonable precautions for your safety. In fact, most workplaces and industries have laws and regulations they are required to follow for safety. Fortunately, there are laws in place which protect you and provide compensation if you are injured on the job.
Mardirossian & Associates, Inc. is here to help. We can represent you whether you are having difficulty getting the compensation you deserve or you are just getting started.
Let our Los Angeles workers' compensation attorneys help. Call (323) 648-3478 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Understanding Workers' Compensation Laws
In the state of California, workers' compensation laws protect you against injuries which occur in the workplace or while carrying out the duties of your job. If you were injured at work, you may be left with a variety of medical and recovery expenses, as well as lost wages due to not being able to work. Workers' compensation insurance should carry these expenses. However, many employers fight back against paying for their employees' benefits, which is where Mardirossian & Associates, Inc. comes in.
We represent injuries which have occurred:
- At your primary work location
- Out on a job site
- Off-site performing work duties
- As a result of chemical or toxic exposure
45+ Years of Combined Experience & Insight
With decades of experience in the field of personal injury, our firm has seen many types of workplace accident cases and the ways employers can delay or deny claims. We have a proven track record of success with all types of injury claims, including workers' compensation. You can rely on us to not only advocate for you but to provide you with the level of compassionate legal care you deserve.
Contact our Los Angeles workers' compensation attorneys now at (323) 648-3478. We work on a contingency basis and offer multi-lingual services.