Our office has been representing the needs of injured workers in Mount Shasta and Siskiyou County since 1991.

With the constantly changing statutory laws and new court cases establishing precedent almost daily, persons injured on the job should consult a qualified workers’ compensation attorney immediately upon being injured on the job.

A consultation with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney is free of charge and is without obligation. If you have a work-related injury:

Call us today at:  (530) 926-6802

Notice: Filing a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of  the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment & fine.

Workers’ Compensation Laws and the Rights of Working People

Workers’ Compensation laws in Califoirnia provide protection for people who become injured on the job or while working in the scope of their employment.

Workers are also covered under California’s workers’ compensation system for occupational diseases and injuries that develop gradually, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, which occurs as a result of repetitive movement.

Under the work comp system, every kind of employee or worker in any type of job is covered including, but not limited to, factory workers, office workers, supervisors, clean-up crew workers, computer technicians, heavy equipment operators and more.

We understand what it is like to suffer from a work injury and we have the experience and knowledge to guide you through the process while protecting your legal rights.

No matter how seriously injured, the Armstrong Law Offices is prepared to protect your rights under the law.

If you, a friend or a loved one has been injured on the job or suffered wrongful death as the result of an on-the-job accident and need the assistance of an experienced Workers’ Compensation lawyer, call us today for a free consultation at:    (530) 926-6802 .

What exactly is a work-related injury?

A work-related injury is defined as .. an injury occurring in the course and scope of your employment·• There are·· single occurrence .. type injuries such as, slipping and falling, having something fall on you. having a chemical splash in your face. a tool or machine harms you or being involved in a automobile collision while making deliveries.

There are also repetitive, continuous or cumulative trauma type injuries. which occur over a period of time such as repeated exposures to chemicals or toxins. hurting your wrist from doing the same motion over and over or losing your hearing because of being exposed to continual loud noise.

What to do if you are injured on the job

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