Back Injuries in Oakland, CA

Injured in the Line of Duty? We Can Help!

Police officers have some of the most taxing, and dangerous, jobs in today’s economy. The demands of their occupation can have lasting physical consequences and many suffer immense pain as a result. If you sustained a back injury while in the line of duty, you may assume that it’s “just part of the job” and attempt to work through the pain. At Pacific Workers’ Compensation Law Center, we know differently.

Just like any other worker, you are entitled to compensation when injured. Our team has helped countless individuals recover the money they deserve and may be able to do the same for you. With more than 65 years of experience, you can put your trust in our Oakland workers’ compensation attorneys.

All it takes to begin your case is simply filling out an online form. From there, we’ll contact you for your free consultation!

Workers Compensation for Law Enforcement

California’s workers’ compensation laws have specific provisions for police officers who are injured while in the line of duty. In order to take advantage of these benefits, it is critical that you know your rights and seek legal counsel from an attorney at the very beginning of your case.

Our firm can assist you with your case by:

  • Reviewing the specifics of your injury
  • Compiling evidence to strengthen your claim
  • Submitting a claim on time
  • Negotiating with insurance adjusters

Retaining our team means that you can focus on recovering from your injury and leave the legal details up to us. While it is your job to keep our community safe, it is our job to ensure that you obtain a fair and satisfactory outcome in your case.

Put an Oakland Workers’ Comp Lawyer on Your Side

There is no denying the fact that the workers’ compensation system is complex and often supplies more questions than answers. Fortunately, we are immensely familiar with these complexities and have been recognized by Super Lawyers® as a result of our talent.

You shouldn’t have to suffer needlessly just for doing your job. Get in touch with Pacific Workers’ Compensation Law Center today to put your pain behind you.

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