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We fight to get you every dollar you are entitled to

 

Why not have a strong legal team working to protect your rights! Remember that your employer and insurance companies are working together to limit your benefits. If you don’t know or understand Workers’ Compensation laws, how are you supposed to make sure you receive all the benefits to which you are entitled? Our experienced attorneys and hearing representatives know the law and have the litigation skills necessary to fight for you.

Workers’ compensation insurance benefits can include:

Temporary disability benefits

Temporary disability benefits

Permanent disability benefits

Permanent disability benefits

Death benefits

Death benefits

Medical care

Medical care

Supplemental job posting benefits

Supplemental job posting benefits

Why choose us: an advocate for the community

 

We understand that many Latino workers are often hesitant to report their injuries to their employers for fear of losing their jobs. This keeps workers performing their duties even if they are injured and in pain. This is not the healthiest situation for anyone, much less for those workers whose duties are very strenuous and repetitive.  

The Law Offices of Jon M. Woods, Inc. recognizes those unique factors that prevent Latino workers from seeking much-needed medical care and treatment. We will fight for you and your right to obtain Workers’ Compensation benefits.

Every worker injured in the performance of their job duties in California is entitled to receive Workers’ Compensation benefits. These benefits may include medical evaluations and treatment, now and in the future, temporary and permanent disability, and supplemental job posting benefits.

Testimonios

Jon’s Story

 
Attorney

Jon M. Woods

Attorney

Jon M. Woods has been advocating for the rights of injured workers since he began his practice in 2002. Jon has grown the practice from just one attorney in one office to six attorneys, multi-hearing representatives, and an experienced and knowledgeable staff in three offices. in southern and central california. Jon has always remembered his own humble roots dating back to his days at East Los Angeles Community College where he earned his Associate’s degree. From there, Jon earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in 1986 from California State University, Los Angeles. After graduating from college, Jon’s education continued. He recognized the need to serve his community. Jon entered and graduated Cum Laude with his Juris Doctorate in 1994. Throughout community college, college and law school, Jon continued to work full time in the real estate field. When Jon opened the Law Offices of Jon M. Woods, Inc., he dedicated his practice to representing injured workers. Jon’s emphasis continues to fight for injured workers. Over the past 17 years, Jon’s firm has represented thousands of injured workers and has been able to obtain more than $ 200,000,000.00 in awards and benefits for his clients. 

Preguntas Frecuentes

  • If you are injured on the job, your employer is required by law to pay for workers’ compensation benefits. You could be hurt by:

    • An event at work. Examples: hurting your back in a fall, getting burned by a chemical that splashes your skin, getting hurt in a car accident while making deliveries.

    or:

    • Repeated exposures at work. Examples: hurting your hand, back or other part of the body from doing the same movement over and over, losing your hearing due to loud and constant noise.

    Workers’ compensation covers some, but not all, stress-related (psychological) injuries caused by your job. Also, workers’ compensation may not cover an injury that is reported to the employer after the worker is informed that they will be fired or fired.

Any other questions:

Important information you need to know.

 

The information you obtain on this website, or any related material from this website, is for general purposes and is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. We strongly recommend that you consult an attorney for advice on your individual situation, as the information provided on this site may not apply to the facts of your individual situation. Visiting this site or submitting your contact information does not create an attorney-client relationship. Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony of up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $ 50,000.00 or twice the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or for both the incarceration and the fine.

If you are injured at work:

 
    1. Report the injury to your employer / supervisor.
    2. Get emergency treatment from your employer.
    3. Obtain a claim form from your employer.

    4. Call us toll free at 800-984-8582  and we will get to work for you.