Workers’ Compensation

The workers’ compensation attorneys at Roland Law Firm have been helping injured workers for over forty years. We specialize in California Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury.

Our firm was established in 1975 in Hollywood, California to fight cases on behalf of the injured. If you have been involved in a work accident or personal injury, feel free to call us for a free consultation to learn more about your case.

 Helping injured workers with Workers’ Compensation and Related Disability cases in Los Angeles County

If you suffered an injury at the job, you most likely qualify for Workers’ Compensation benefits to cover your medical treatment and to pay compensation for lost wages. To be certain that you receive the benefits that you deserve, it is advisable to seek legal counsel. With more than 100 years of combined experience defending the rights of workers all over Southern California, the Workers’ Compensation lawyers in Los Angeles are ready to fight for you.

Our attorneys specialize in all aspects of California Workers’ Compensation on behalf of the injured worker.

Our attorneys also handle claims for discrimination under Labor Code Section 132a, as well as claims for serious and willful misconduct, and third party civil claims arising from a work injury. Additionally, the Workers’ Compensation lawyers in Los Angeles handles social security claims and serious Personal Injury claims arising from motor accidents, premises liability and workplace accidents.

If you got hurt at the job in Los Angeles, California

If you were injured in the course of your job, you are entitled to Workers Compensation benefits. Depending on the severity of the injury, these benefits may include:

Free Medical Care: As an injured worker you are entitled to free medical treatment for your work related injury for life at no cost to you.

Temporary Disability benefits: These are payments for your lost wages because your injury prevents you from doing your job while recovering. These payments are usually two thirds of your wages.

Permanent Disability benefits: These are payments if you do not recover completely from your injury. Permanent Disability is paid by payment or paid in a lump sum, if both sides agree.

Supplemental Job Displacement: This is a voucher given to you to pay for retraining, if it is deemed that you are not able to return to work because of the injury you sustained at work.

Free Consultation

At Roland Pennington & Trodden on Hollywood Blvd, in Hollywood, California, we understand the uncertainty that often comes in times like these. Our office is committed to providing our clients with top-notch customer service. We have the resources and the experience required to successfully litigate for the injured worker at any stage of the claim. Contact us for a free consultation and speak with an experienced worker’s compensation attorney today.