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Workers get hurt every day. Whether you work in assembly lines, manufacturing plants, construction work, as a housekeeper in a hotel, gardening, or in fieldwork, you run the risk of getting hurt in your work.


Workers' Compensation laws in California were enacted to provide benefits when you get hurt at work. Instead of proving that your employer is at fault, which can take many years in some cases, Workers' Compensation laws in California are "no-fault" and allow you to receive relatively quick payments and benefits without determining who is to blame.


Workers' Compensation provides five basic benefits: medical care, temporary disability benefits, permanent disability benefits, work displacement benefits and death benefits.


An experienced Workers' Compensation lawyer can help you understand your benefits and make sure you are receiving the full benefits to which you are entitled. They can also advise you if your claim is denied.


Located in Santa Ana, California and assisting workers injured in Orange County and other communities in Southern California, the firm of Arturo L. Nieto, Inc. provides injured workers with quality representation, guidance, and assistance with Workers' Compensation claims.


We have extensive experience in handling claims and Workers' Compensation appeals. We can provide you with the information and advice you need, and we will answer your questions so that you can make informed decisions and understand how the Workers' Compensation laws apply to you. You will also understand the process.


We are proud of our ability to answer your questions, including:


  • What to do if you get hurt at work

  • What to do if your claim is denied

  • What are your rights regarding medical care


We have extensive experience in all types of workers' compensation injuries and it is very likely that we have already handled a case similar to yours. If you are involved in a work-related accident, consult an experienced Workers' Compensation lawyer who can secure your rights, protect your interests, and help you understand and receive all the benefits offered under Workers' Compensation laws in California.

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