North Hollywood is a neighborhood located in the San Fernando Valley in California, renowned for its NoHo Arts District and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. This community is surrounded by the neighborhoods of Sun Valley, Burbank, Toluca Lake, Studio City, Valley Village, and Valley Glen.
North Hollywood offers a superb selection of theaters, art galleries, and historical attractions, such as the Campo de Cahuenga, El Portal Theater, and the Lankershim Art Center.
North Hollywood Demographics
North Hollywood occupies a total area of 10.284 square miles and has an estimated population of 131,00. The median resident age is around 34 years and about 46% of the residents are foreign born. The average household size in North Hollywood has 3 people and the estimated median household income is around $46,700 annually.
Residents of North Hollywood are engaged in:
- Service occupations
- Sales and office occupations
- Construction, extraction, and maintenance jobs
- Production occupations
- Material moving jobs
California employers are required to pay workers compensation for injuries caused by their jobs. The benefits can include:
- Costs of medical care
- Temporary and permanent disability
- Supplemental job displacement, and
- Death benefits
A worker’s right to receive workers compensation exists:
- Without need for assigning or proving fault or blame on the employer
- Even when you are a temporary or part-time worker
- Even when you don’t miss time at work as a result of your injury
What to Do When Injured at Work
The first thing to do when you are injured after receiving emergency treatment is to report your injury or illness to your employer. It’s important to notify your supervisor within 30 days of your injury, or upon learning that you have developed an injury as a result of your job.
Without timely notification, you may lose your right to receive compensation for your injuries.
Workers compensation laws provide exceptions and other intricate rules that an employer can erroneously interpret to an injured worker’s disadvantage. If your employer fails to provide workers compensation or improperly denies your claim for compensation, it’s important to speak to an experienced workers compensation attorney immediately.
For workers in North Hollywood and other neighborhoods in Southern California, the law offices of Anthony Choe can help by evaluating your situation, guide you through the complicated process of claiming compensation, and represent you before appropriate agencies to pursue the compensation that you legally deserve.
We welcome your call today at (213) 788-4448 to learn more about how we can help you
Directions to Los Angeles Worker’s Compensation Lawyer from North Hollywood, CA
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Total Est. Time: 21 min
Total Est. Distance: 11.7 mi
- Get on CA-170 S/Hollywood Fwy from Victory Blvd, Colfax Ave and Oxnard St
- Head south on Farmdale Ave toward Victory Blvd
- Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Victory Blvd
- Turn left onto Lankershim Blvd
- Turn right onto Colfax Ave
- Turn right onto Oxnard St
- Turn left to merge onto CA-170 S/Hollywood Fwy
- Take US-101 S to Lexington Ave. Take exit 7 from US-101 S
- Merge onto CA-170 S/Hollywood Fwy
- Merge onto US-101 S/Hollywood Fwy
- Take exit 7 toward Western Ave/CA-2 W/Santa Monica Blvd
- Follow N Western Ave to Wilshire Blvd
- Turn left onto Lexington Ave
- Turn right onto N Western Ave
- Turn left onto Wilshire Blvd
Call us today (213) 788-4448
We are located at:
LAW OFFICES OF ANTHONY CHOE
3700 Wilshire Blvd Suite 260
Los Angeles, CA 90010.