What If I Cannot Do My Job After An On-The-Job Injury?

Ideally everyone who is injured on the job will receive the health care he or she needs for a full recovery and then he or she can return to work. But, not everyone can return to work. Serious and permanent injuries can create problems that prevent people from being able to fulfill the necessary responsibilities of their positions.

Did The Doctor Say You Were OK To Work, But You Are Not?

Too often the insurance company doctors send people back to work too soon. People may not be recovered fully enough to do their old jobs, but the insurance companies do not want to pay for benefits.

People may be forced to go back to work while still in great pain. They may believe they have to do it and when they try and it hurts, they get dispirited and quit. That may be the exact outcome the employer and insurance company want.

If you feel that you were forced to go back to work too soon, we will be happy to discuss your situation with you.

How Have Your Injuries Impacted Your Ability To Work?

There are several different categories of disability that the workers' compensation system uses to categorize people's injuries:

  • Temporary partial disability
  • Temporary total disability
  • Permanent partial disability
  • Permanent total disability

Help From A Former Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney

At the Law Offices of Anthony Choe, our firm is here to provide the support people need after being injured on the job. We are strong advocates who know how to use the workers' compensation system to secure all of the benefits and compensation that people are entitled to. Whether you need permanent benefits or you will be able to recover and return to work, we will present a strong claim that helps you get the care and support you need.

Attorney Anthony Choe spent the first six years of his career defending employers against workers' compensation claims. During that time he learned how the insurance companies value and react to these cases. He uses that insider's perspective to help his clients through the tough times.

Are You Injured And Unable To Work? We Help People In Los Angeles And Throughout Southern California

For real help after you realize that you cannot work anymore because of an on-the-job injury, turn to the Law Offices of Anthony Choe. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 312-445-9111 or contact us online.