How To Sue Your Employer

BY: Koszdin | Saturday, March 9, 2019.

When you find a job you love or a job that pays the bills, the last thing on your mind is how can you sue your employer. If anything, you continue to think about how you can keep your job. However, there are jobs out there that deal with more serious risks than others. For example, those who work on roofs as construction workers are under more risk than those who sit in an office in front of a computer. Someone who works on a roof is more susceptible to falling off from a high height, having something fall on them, or dealing with faulty equipment which puts you in danger and can cause some serious injury.

For example, a man told the story of when he was working on a roof the scaffolding he was standing on collapsed. This caused serious injury and his current worker’s compensation is not enough to live on let alone make up for the money he could be making had the incident not occurred. There are so many stories like his. There are stories of hard-working people doing their job and subjected to injury because they were in an unsafe work environment or because, simply, accidents happen. Worker’s compensation claims are meant to help the employee find some compensation for the injuries they suffer, but just like any business, insurance companies are negotiable; they just don’t like to tell you that.

What Is Worker’s Compensation?

If you are searching for answers, then you have arrived at the right place. Our professional staff and attorneys have a wealth of knowledge to give you during your time of need. The worker’s compensation insurance is a billion dollar industry. Unfortunately, $3 billion gets lost to fraudulent workers’ compensation cases. It is because of these fraudulent cases, insurance companies are doing all they can to ensure that you are telling the truth and falsifying your information. That may sound incredibly unfair—dealing with scrutiny because of a few bad apples—but the truth is our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys at Koszdin, Fields & Sherry in Van Nuys are on your side and we aren’t going to leave you alone.

So what does it mean to sue your employer? It means that you are choosing to stand up for yourself and tell your employer that you are not getting fairly compensated for your injuries. Choosing to sue is a last resort, and it is. Our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys at Koszdin, Fields & Sherry in Van Nuys want to be at the beginning of your worker’s compensation claims to the end. We are here to see the spider web before you walk into it. This is what we live for and what we choose to do every day because our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys believe you and we want to make sure that you are believed too.

Call 818-812-5639 or click here to schedule a free consultation with our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys at Koszdin, Fields & Sherry in Van Nuys today.

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