Bianca Kushner and associates at SF Bay Area Law have been advocating for the rights of injured workers since 1997. Our workers compensation attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience in litigating serious work related injuries such as: Brain Injury, Spinal Injury, Nerve Damage, Toxic Torts, Construction Site Injury, Amputations, and Death Benefits for Loved Ones.
We also have extensive experience in pursuing 3rd Party claims - exploring all options for our clients to recover benefits beyond what your workers compensation claim provides.
We know the California workers compensation system works. Let our attorneys fight for what you and your family deserve - immediate benefits, best medical care, future medical, and maximum settlement amounts.
Call us now to set up your Free Workers Compensation Case Evaluation 7 Days a Week. We are the only call you need to make to get you the compensation and protections you deserve.
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- Q. can I Withdraw my signature from the settlement if it hasn’t gone through ?
- A: As long as there is no approval by a judge, then you can still withdraw from the settlement. Make sure to notify the claims examiner by phone and in writing that you are withdrawing from the settlement and seek legal assistance immediately.
- Q. if the deposition of a doctor in a work comp case is taken, is the applicant party entitled to a free copy of transcript
- A: The applicant's attorney can file a lien for Medical Legal costs and get reimbursed for any charges, same as the fees for the doctor's costs. Usually the court reporter submit their billing directly to the insurance company.
- Q. my job has told me I can't leave my house from 8am to 5pm while i am out on workers comp. is that legal????
- A: Your attorney might want to check with the defense where there is any rule in the Labor Code supporting that requirement. That requirement would be illegal, for what if you have any doctor's appointments. It appears that they are trying to harass you.