Workers Compensation Process
Workers Compensation Process – Get ResultsAs a Santa Ana Workers Comp Attorney and Certified Workers Compensation Specialist, Dennis A. Dascanio knows how to get results for clients. He has been offering compassionate and knowledgeable legal representation to clients in need of professional legal assistance with workers comp claims since 1987. The workers compensation process can be lengthy and time consuming. Failure to retain an experienced work injury lawyer who understands how the process works can result in the loss of valuable workers comp benefits. Santa Ana Workers Comp Lawyer Dennis Dascanio takes enormous pride in successfully fighting on behalf of those who are in dire need of prompt, top quality medical care and financial benefits. The Law Offices of Dennis A. Dascanio has obtained settlements and judgments for thousands of injured workers throughout the course of his career. Let us put our experience to work for you! If you have sustained a work injury, or if your workers compensation claim has been denied, please call Santa Ana Workers Compensation Attorney Dennis A. Dascanio at (714) 550-7002 to schedule a free consultation. Workers compensation matters are handled on a contingency fee basis, with no up-front costs.
Workers Compensation Lawyer Representation in Santa Ana, CaliforniaThe knowledgeable workplace accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Dennis A. Dascanio can help you get results if you have suffered an injury on the job. We understand this may be a stressful and confusing time for you, and we are available to assist you at each step of the way. Contact our experienced workers compensation lawyers for assistance with any of the following items as you file a claim for workers comp benefits.
- Obtain Immediate Medical Care – It is imperative that you seek immediate medical care for an on-the-job injury. During the examination, you should inform the medical care provider that your injury is work-related.
- Employer Notification – If you have been injured within the course and scope of employment, the injury must be reported to your employer so that a claim may be started. Failure to report the injury will result in the loss of your right to collect workers compensation benefits.
- File a Claim – You must complete a claim form for your occupational injury. This form must be provided by your employer, along with a notification of potential benefit eligibility. The claim form contains a section for the employee to fill out, as well as an employer section. Upon completion, this form must be submitted for claims administration.
- Claim Investigation – Once your claim form is received, it will be investigated by the employer and the workers compensation claim administrator. At this point, the claim will either be accepted or denied.
- Claim Appeals – If your claim has been denied, you must file an appeal with the Workers Compensation Appeals Board within the requisite time period to ensure that you don’t lose your right to benefits.