Workers' Compensation Claims For Specific And Cumulative Injuries

Some workplace injuries are the result of a specific incident while others occur over time and may result from repeated work activity. A broken leg, for example, typically results from a specific accident, while chronic back pain and repetitive stress injuries are common cumulative workplace injuries.

An injured worker may qualify for workers' compensation with either type of injury. It is generally more difficult to collect benefits for a cumulative injury, but an experienced workers' compensation lawyer can help.

We Have The Knowledge And Experience To Face Insurance Providers

Hanna Leung, Professional Law Corporation, in San Francisco, understands the complexities involved in both types of workers' compensation claims. Because we have represented injured workers in Northern California for more than two decades, we have established strong working relationships with an extensive network of medical professionals who help us obtain the best possible results for our clients.

Insurance providers often attempt to serve the employer's best interests by stating that factors outside of work contributed to the injury or disability. It is critical to work with an experienced attorney who understands the tactics frequently used by insurance companies to deny valid claims.

Our lawyers provide personal attention and will develop a strategy that is tailored to the unique facts of your case. We work to ensure that our clients receive the medical care they need and that they recover full compensation for medical costs and lost wages.

Use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. Remember, you only pay attorney fees if we recover back pay for you.