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Representing Workers Suffering From Chronic Pain Since 1990
If you are seeking workers’ compensation benefits for chronic pain suffered after a serious workplace injury, one law firm stands out in its dedication to your legal, financial and health care needs.
At Butts & Johnson, our injured workers attorneys in San Jose have successfully served California workers in thousands of cases during our decades of combined experience.
When a Butts & Johnson lawyer represents you, your employer and its insurer will be held accountable for delayed and denied benefits. We know the special challenges you face: lost wages, medical bills and the chronic pain that can make your life miserable.
Contact us to discuss your accident, your injury, the chronic pain that followed and sound strategies for obtaining the help you deserve. Your initial consultation with us is free of charge. Call 408-293-4818. Se habla español.
What Causes Chronic Pain?
We skillfully negotiate and litigate if necessary to aggressively safeguard the interests of workers with chronic medical conditions related to occupational illness or stress such as:
- Repetitive stress injury, including carpal or cubital tunnel problems
- Respiratory problems
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and fibromyalgia
- Neurological problems
- Loss of hearing and vision
- Chronic pain after a motor vehicle accident
No Upfront Fees. No Surprises. No Excuses. Call Today.
We charge contingency fees for our workers’ compensation services, and we are not paid unless we are successful in your case. We are here to help you collect the employee disability benefits necessary to help you deal with your chronic pain, obtain proper medical care and expedite your return to work.
Our California attorneys are here to help. While we are backed by a strong legal team, when you call you will be connected with an attorney directly or shortly after our initial contact. Call 408-293-4818, or tell us about your case via email.