Experienced Sacramento Workers Compensation Attorneys Are On Your Side
Workers’ compensation attorneys at Anderson & Johnson have helped thousands of injured workers, accident victims, and persons with disabilities obtain medical and income benefits from insurance companies, self insured employers, and state and federal disability programs.
Workers Compensation Lawyer, Sacramento
We help injured workers receive all the benefits they are entitled to as a result of their work injuries. It is not your fault you were injured on the job and you have a right to be treated fairly by your employer and their insurance company. As an injured worker you are entitled to receive all of the medical treatment reasonably necessary for a full recovery. If necessary you are also entitled to future care. While you miss time from work pursuant to your doctor’s orders you are entitled to temporary disability compensation. If you suffer permanent impairment you will receive permanent disability benefits based on the rating of disability. Last, if you are unable to return to your job you may be entitled to vocational rehabilitation. This webpage has general information about what to expect on your case.
Review from a former Workers Compensation Judge describing the work of Tom Johnson
“The results obtained for the applicant were significant where the attorney took a case that defendants contended was less than a life pension case and obtained a permanent total disability award. This result is particularly significant for an injured worker who was under fifty years old when he was injured. The time involved included the deposition of an out of town doctor and two days of trial testimony. His care and responsibility were demonstrated by his development and presentation of the evidence. In the present case the applicants attorney was was very competent and knowledgeable in the area of workers compensation law.”
- Workers Compensation Process
- What is Workers’ Compensation
- Workers’ Compensation Benefits
- Your Injury & Filing a Claim
- Social Security, Medicare, SSI, Medicaid and State Disability
- Am I eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits?
- Qualifying for Benefits
- Retirement Benefits
All injured workers whose injuries occurred in 2013 or later whose injury results in permanent disability that prevents them from returning to their date of injury job are entitled to a $5,000.00 payment from the state of California. Information on how to apply for the payment can be found at http://www.dir.ca.gov/RTWSP/RTWSP.html.
Tom Johnson has 25 years of experience in representing injured and disabled workers and is a former law professor who taught a course in workers compensation. We maintain our focus on helping injured Californians by focusing our practice on California Workers’ Compensation. We keep our clients involved in the process and are available by phone, email or in person appointments. Please explore our website, and call for a free attorney consultation if you need help because of your injury or disability.