Decades Of Combined Experience, Thousands Of Cases Settled
We Will Aggressively Advocate For Your Benefits
From our office in San Jose, we are the injured worker lawyers who use decades of combined experience to assist with your workers’ compensation claim, make you aware of the facts and legal options, and hold your employer and its insurer accountable for recognizing the severity of your injury.
A Comprehensive Approach To Help You Obtain Benefits
At the Butts & Johnson law firm, we provide quality representation for injured workers since 1990. Our firm has handled thousands of cases to our clients’ satisfaction during our attorneys’ many years of service to workers like you. We can smoothly guide you through the workplace accident injury legal process too — and we work hard to win the benefits you deserve.
What Types Of Compensation Can Injured Workers Receive?
An accurate determination of your California workers’ compensation benefits can be an extremely complex process and requires a correctly completed application that our attorneys can help you with.
Depending on the state law that is in play after your workplace accident, you could be entitled to benefits that include:
- Temporary disability benefits that partially replace lost wages if the injured worker was unable to work for more than three days
- Permanent disability benefits that at least partially replace lost wages
- Medical care
- Death benefits for surviving family members
- Retraining benefits
You may be in line for additional benefits if the circumstances of your accident allow you to file a third-party claim against others who may have caused your injury — in other words, if you were injured in a company vehicle and the other motorist was at fault, or if your injury was caused by a defective or malfunctioning machine, in which the machine manufacturer may be liable.
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Do not give up because you believe that you cannot afford to hire a lawyer. We provide our services on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we do not collect fees unless we win your case.