Returning To Work

Butts & Johnson — Helping Injured Employees Return To Work Since 1990

If you are having physical or emotional difficulty returning to work after an on-the-job accident or injury, or if you have unsuccessfully attempted to return to a job, our group of dedicated attorneys is on your side throughout the workers' compensation legal process.

We are the dedicated injured workers lawyers of Butts & Johnson in San Jose — since 1990, aggressive advocates for the rights of the hard-working men and women of California's Silicon Valley and South Bay.

Butts & Johnson attorneys possess decades of combined experience with successful handling of a broad range of workers' compensation issues, including assisting you with a smooth return to your job. During that time, we have compiled a recognized reputation for results for our clients, handling thousands of workplace injury cases that interrupted lives and threatened livelihoods.

Contact us to discuss any aspect of your post-injury return to work. We can help.

Butts & Johnson Protects The Rights Of Workers Returning To Their Jobs After An Accident Injury

Execution of your decision to return to your job will be influenced by your employer, your doctor and your claims administrator. We can help you to communicate effectively with each of them and proactively coordinate efforts for the best results possible. If your doctor's opinion is that you cannot return to work while recovering from job injuries, you cannot be compelled to go back to your job.

You may be allowed to return with certain work restrictions if your employer is willing to make accommodations. If your employer is unwilling to accommodate job restrictions, you do not have to return to work. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be eligible for temporary disability, supplemental job displacement benefits or permanent disability benefits.

Thousands Of Cases Settled — No Recovery By Us, No Fee For You

We can assist you with every legal or occupational complication connected to your return to work, or your decision to accept or decline a job offer from your South Bay employer.

To arrange your free initial consultation with one of our San Jose work injury attorneys, call today — 408-673-9158. We give prompt attention to your email.

The contingency fee basis for our work means you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case. Therefore you have absolutely nothing to lose and potentially everything to gain by contacting us. Se habla español.