Helping You Get The Benefits You Deserve
If you have suffered a work injury, workers' compensation insurance should provide benefits. Unfortunately, it isn't always easy to recover the full amount you deserve. Often, employers or their insurance companies will contest workers' compensation claims by arguing you have not proven you are injured, you don't need medical treatment or that you can return to work. Employers and insurers may also contest how much your injury costs. And if you miss any deadlines or file incorrect paperwork, you may never receive the benefits you need.
That is why it's important to have the help of an attorney who can protect your rights and interests when you need it most.
We Are Ready To Stand Up For You
At the law firm of Godwin and Rubin in Van Nuys, California, we help injured workers and their families get the benefits they deserve after a work accident or illness. When you are our client, we will fight for you against insurance companies and other powerful interests.
At our law firm, you will work directly with an attorney throughout your case, as well as a dedicated staff member. Our team is here to help you through this complex and ever-changing area of the law with straightforward and aggressive representation. If you ever have concerns, questions or need anything - your attorney is only an email away.
Need To File Before A Deadline? Schedule Your Initial Consultation Today
If you need help filing a claim for workers' compensation benefits, or if you need help getting the full amount of benefits you deserve, call Godwin and Rubin today at 818-465-5347. You can also reach Irina Rubin by email if you have a quick question. However, it is better to schedule a meeting in the office with one of the attorneys in person. We represent clients from Van Nuys, Riverside, Palmdale, Los Angeles County, Riverside County and Orange County.
Because workers' compensation often has strict deadlines in which you must file, we encourage you to contact us immediately.
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