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We are experienced Workers Compensation Trial Lawyers and have collected over $100,000,000 in Settlements & Benefits for our clients!

We fight to get you every dollar you are entitled to...

If you were injured at work, you may not know all your rights. How will you take are of yourself and your family while you recover from your injuries? How will you pay for your bills and receive proper medical treatments? California requires employers to pay you workers compensation benefits if you are hurt or become sick because of your job. However, workers compensation law does not provide for pain and suffering or lost wages.

Our experienced attorneys of Jon M. Woods have the legal knowledge and courtroom skills necessary to bring you the maximum benefits possible. We understand how insurance companies work and we won't stop fighting until our clients receive the compensation they deserve.

Workers compensation insurance benefits may include:.

  • Temporary disability benefits
  • Permanent disability benefits
  • Medical care
  • Death benefits
  • Supplemental job displacement benefits
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Other benefits

Why Choose Us: An Advocate for the Latino Community

In these times when the economy is difficult, many employers are reducing staffing levels and therefore too many employees are in fear of losing their jobs.

Thus, many workers choose to stay calm and continue their work even if they have physical ailments. But this is not always the most prudent and healthy.

Losing your job can cause more serious financial difficulties for trabajadoresdespedidos who have suffered an injury at work. Not only have they lost their income, but can not compete in the labor market because of his injury.

These days, when employers hire, they are usually looking for qualified candidates. Applicant with a physical or mental impairment are usually not considered for the position.

This is a real situation for many injured workers in California. But the law states that when an employee is injured in the performance of their duties, is entitled to compensation benefits.

These benefits may include medical care, free time to make up work, pay temporary disability, permanent disability and medical care for the future. If you are injured, and the injury is at least partially caused by his work, you may be entitled to compensation benefits.

But if you do not know how to deal with workers' compensation system, which has undergone an extensive reorganization in recent years, it is best to seek the advice of competent counsel.

The Law Offices Jon M. Woods, Inc. We can help!

Call us at :1-800-381-8181


The attorneys and staff of Jon M Woods went after the insurance company after I was denied benefits. The staff was amazing and kept me informed on the process of my case. Within a short time. I received my compensation, medical and got back on my feet.
- J. MENDOZA, LOs angeles