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Pioneers in the Field of Workers' Compensation. We Handle All Cases.
Injuries from workplace accidents can happen in an office, on a construction
site, or at any other type of job situation. These incidents can lead to
injuries ranging from back injuries to catastrophic brain damage. No matter what
the circumstances, if you’ve been injured you may be eligible to
file a workers’ compensation claim with the personalized help of
a skilled, board certified attorney.
At The Law Offices of Wax & Wax, our lawyers specialize in workers’
compensation and Social Security Disability law. From our offices in Glendale
and Santa Clarita, we serve workplace accident victims in the Greater
Los Angeles area.
Call us today at (818) 946-0608 or fill out a
free case evaluation today.
Common Workplace Accidents
There are a number of accidents that may qualify you for workers’
compensation. These include:
- Slip and falls
- Auto accidents while working
- Machinery accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Construction accidents
- Unsafe or other dangerous conditions
It is important to realize that accidents that occurred because an employee
was not following safety rules or committed intentional misconduct may
still be covered by workers’ compensation. Your employer has an
obligation to protect you on the job, regardless of who is at fault for
your accident and any related injuries.
Am I Eligible for Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
The best way to answer that question is to call our board certified workers’
compensation attorneys in Glendale or Santa Clarita. With over 100 years
of combined experience, we have helped numerous clients throughout the
Los Angeles area, and we are well-versed in the law and personally help
you file your claim. At Wax & Wax our clients are always our top priority
and your future is too important to put into the hands of paralegals or
For your convenience, we have Spanish and Armenian speaking employees.
In addition to workers' compensation, we handle Social Security cases.
That means if you have become totally disabled and are unable to return
to work, our team is ready to help you during this trying time.