Glendale Lost Wages Lawyer
The Law Office of Wax & Wax Handles Loss of Income in Glendale and
When you are injured or become ill at your workplace or through a work-related
activity, it can be a frustrating time. You may face
mounting debt when you are forced to take time off of work to recover and have to cover
extensive medical bills. In these cases, an injured party may be eligible
for workers' compensation. As an employee, you are entitled to
workers' compensation benefits even in the absence of your employer’s fault or negligence.
Need workers comp for lost wages? Our Glendale lost wages lawyer can provide
you with experience and dedication. Call for a
free consultation to seek compensation!
The experienced board certified specialists at
The Law Offices of Wax & Wax help workers get fair compensation for injuries and illnesses that occurred
on the job. We have
over 100 years of combined professional experience helping injured employees seek compensation in Glendale, Santa Clarita,
Burbank, and throughout the Greater Los Angeles area.
Can I Sue for Loss of Income?
At The Law Offices of Wax & Wax, our Glendale and Santa Clarita attorneys
are skilled at analyzing whether you should waive your workers' compensation
claim and seek recovery for negligence in civil court. If you are pursuing
a negligent third party for damages, you can rest assured that we have
the skill to help. As pioneers in the field of workers’ compensation
law, we know what it takes to help you recover from your loss of income.
We have a trusted reputation for results and can advise you on the best
ways to handle your injuries.
Experienced Lost Wages Lawyer in Glendale
Experiencing the loss of your regular income can severely impact you and
your family’s quality of life. Whether you are the victim of a sudden
catastrophic accident or your injury or illness built up over time, the
bills can add up quickly. While it can seem like you are left to deal
with this burden on your own, that is not the case!
Our attorneys help workers obtain coverage for their claims, including:
- Compensation for permanent disability
- Dependents’ recovery for worker’s death
- Loss of salary
- Rehabilitation expenses
- Retraining costs
While accepting workers' compensation can help you make up for lost
income, it also limits your rights to other remedies against a negligent
employer, such as filing personal injury lawsuits. These types of claims
can include compensation for pain and suffering, punitive damages, and
more. In some cases, if loss of income is great enough and a third party
was involved, you may need to pursue a lawsuit against a negligent party.