Turn To An Experienced San Fernando Valley Work Vehicle Accident Attorney
Attorney Peter M. Hsiao is familiar with the many complex aspects of workers’ compensation claims arising from motor vehicle accidents. You can contact our firm for reliable guidance immediately after the crash or if you filed a claim and have a problem. We will also evaluate whether you may also have a “third-party” personal injury claim and call upon an experienced attorney proven in that area of law if needed.
Most Work-Related Auto Wrecks Justify Workers’ Compensation Claims
Generally speaking, fault for an auto accident is not a factor in whether you can collect workers’ compensation benefits. If you were driving or riding as a passenger while on the job, you should be covered. However, disputes and claim denials are common with all types of California workers’ compensation claims, and you should consult a qualified lawyer as early in the process as possible.
Peter M. Hsiao will carefully analyze your case and help you make the best possible decisions after, for example:
- An injury you suffered as a truck driver, taxi or shuttle van driver, delivery worker or anyone else who drives for a living — whether in an on-the-job vehicle accident in Los Angeles or while performing other duties such as unloading your vehicle
- An injury suffered while operating construction equipment
- Any other roadway accident that occurred while you were running work errands or otherwise “on the clock”
- An injury suffered in a motor vehicle accident outside the state of California — which may still qualify you to file a claim in California
Call 213-984-2678 For Your Free Consultation · Se Habla Español
If you have injuries serious enough to cause you to miss work, you should have quality representation. Your case will be an immediate priority at our Los Angeles workers’ compensation law firm. Call 213-984-2678 or reach out to us by email now.
You do not pay any fees upfront. Attorney’s fees are contingent upon the benefits you receive and are determined by a workers’ compensation judge. Fees customarily average 15 percent of the settlement or benefits obtained.