Amputation/Loss of Limb Lawyers in Glendale
We Can Help You File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Los Angeles County
In many workplaces, it is necessary to work around powerful machinery. If a lockout/tagout procedure is not followed, an accident could mangle a hand. At a construction site, one small slip could result in a lost finger. After you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in a workplace accident, speaking with a lawyer is one way to learn about available benefits.
Glauber Berenson Vego has helped workers obtain needed benefits following workplace injuries for more than three decades. We will take the time to explain how the workers’ compensation system works in California. Our team will act quickly to make sure that you have access to available benefits. Throughout your case, we will work with you to monitor your recovery and ensure you receive needed treatment.
Standing Up for You After a Permanent Injury
When you suffer a permanent injury at work, you are generally entitled to be compensated for the damage sustained to your body. If the injury affects your ability to continue in a trade or profession, you may also receive a voucher for retraining in a field of your choice.
Before you accept any settlement for a work injury, speak with one of our attorneys. Offers vary greatly and may not truly account for all of your losses. We will seek the best result possible on your behalf.
Talk to One of Our Experienced Attorneys
After the loss of a limb or a finger in a workplace accident, what workers’ compensation benefits are available?
Call (626) 605-2450 or schedule an appointment online to discuss your case with one of our knowledgeable lawyers. Initial consultations are free of charge.
Hear It From Our Clients
“Ryan is an amazing lawyer and, was always willing to answer any questions I had. He was also quick to get me appointments to help with my injuries.”- Former Client
“They have been very professional”- Janet Young
“My children and I are eternally grateful for their service and I hereby recommend them without reservation.”- Chris Bonwit