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Law Offices of Jon M. Woods Inc.

Workers Compensation & Injury Lawyer for Central and Southern California

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Injured at Work? We'll Fight For Your Benefits.

Undocumented Worker? No Problem. We Will Fight For You.

Denied Claim? No Problem. We Will Fight For You.

Not Getting Benefits? No Problem. We Will Fight For You.

17+ Years of Legal Experience

Over $200+ Million in Awards & Benefits Won

Thousands of Clients Represented

Injured at Work? We’ll Fight For Your Benefits.

Undocumented Worker? No Problem. We Will Fight For You.

Denied Claim? No Problem. We Will Fight For You.

Not Getting Benefits? No Problem. We Will Fight For You.

No Fees Until We Win

Law Offices of

Jon M. Woods Inc.

Workers Compensation & Injury Lawyer for Central and Southern California

17+ Years of Legal Experience

Over $200+ Million in Awards & Benefits Won

Clients Represented

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Every worker injured in the performance of his or her 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 displacement benefits.
Temporary disability benefits

Temporary disability benefits

Permanent disability benefits

Permanent disability benefits

Death benefits

Death benefits

Supplemental job displacement benefits

Supplemental job displacement benefits

Medical care

Medical care

We Will Fight For Your Compensation and Benefits, Including:

Temporary disability benefits

Temporary disability benefits

Permanent disability benefits

Permanent disability benefits

Death benefits

Death benefits

Supplemental job displacement benefits

Supplemental job displacement benefits

Medical care

Medical care

FAQs

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

    • One event at work. Examples: hurting your back in a fall, getting burned by a chemical that splashes on 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 motion over and over, losing your hearing because of constant loud 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 told he or she will be terminated or laid off.

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