We Protect The Rights Of Noncitizens Regarding Workers' Comp Benefits

The Pew Research Center reports that more undocumented immigrants live and work in California than in any other state. According to the Public Policy Institute of California, undocumented immigrants make up about 10 percent of the labor force in California.

If an illegal immigrant suffers a job-related injury, that worker is entitled to the same workers' compensation benefits that a U.S. citizen can receive. Employers must cover the full medical costs of an undocumented worker who is injured on the job. In addition, undocumented workers can receive permanent and temporary disability payments.

We Protect The Rights Of Non-U.S. Citizens

Understandably, given the increased focus on retaining and deporting foreign-born individuals who are in the U.S. illegally, many injured workers who are noncitizens are hesitant to report work-related injuries.

At the Law Offices of Anthony Choe, we help injured undocumented workers in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California obtain the workers' compensation benefits they are entitled to. We also protect these workers' rights.

If an employer fires or otherwise retaliates against an undocumented worker for filing a workers' compensation claim, we can file a discrimination lawsuit on their behalf.

We Are Ready To Assist You

If you or a relative is an undocumented worker who has suffered job-related injuries, we welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your case and discuss your options with you. Call 213-986-8498 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting with our knowledgeable workers' compensation lawyer.

There are no upfront costs, and we only collect an attorney fee if we recover workers' comp benefits for you.