Monday, July 11, 2011
Machine Operator Workmans Compensation Injury Attorney
Are you searching for a machine operator Workmans Compensation injury attorney? A machine operator Workmans Compensation injury may assist an injured worker with his/her Workmans Compensation legal and medical matters. A machine operator Workmans Compensation injury attorney may also be known as a work place injury attorney or industrial accident attorney.
A machine operator typically works for an employer which is entitled, under the California Labor & Employment Laws, to obtain and provide Workmans Compensation insurance.
A machine operator can file a Workmans Compensation case due to injury by an accident, continuous trauma, injury/altercation, or occupational disease while on duty.
A machine operator has many physical job duties and it can be foreseeable that a work injury may occur while working. When a machine operator sustains an injury while working the injured worker may be eligible to receive Workmans Compensation benefits which include medical treatment, Utilization Review matters, future medical care, Vocational Rehabilitation/retraining, reimbursement for medical and travel expenses, temporary and permanent disability benefits.
If you are a machine operator and have been injured while on duty, you should seek medical attention immediately. You should also notify your employer of this injury so that it is recorded on file. Your employer may provide you with a DWC-1 claim form. This claim form is important because it legally states that an injury has been sustained while working and the Workmans Compensation insurance is notified. No harm can come to you or your employer for filling out this form.
While treating and recovering from your injury, you should keep track of all your medical appointments, communications (such as phone calls - when and who you talk to and what was discussed in the conversation), witness contact information and statements, any type of injury reports and other information that may be important to use as evidence in your case. Thereafter, you should contact a Workmans Compensation attorney who represents injured car machine operators for further instruction.
If you or someone you know is in need of a machine operator Workmans Compensation injury attorney or has a Workmans Compensation matter and needs legal advice, please feel free to contact our office.
Our Workmans Compensation law firm works on a contingency fee basis. This means that if we do not obtain a settlement or any monetary value on your case (due to the fact there is no permanent disability), you do not owe our firm any fees/charges and we do not collect any payments. In many situations, the Workmans Compensation carrier is responsible for having to distribute and pay any fees or costs in relation to the Workmans Compensation case.
Our Workmans Compensation firm has many years of knowledgeable experience with extensive training in handling Workmans Compensation cases. Our attorneys are highly reputable within our Workmans Compensation industry and Southern California communities.
Feel free to contact our office today for a free consultation. We would be glad to of assistance to you.