California Workers' Compensation Post-Termination

If you have been fired following a workplace injury, you are still entitled to workers' compensation. You may also have a wrongful termination case against your employer.

At the Law Offices of William W. Green & Associates, our attorneys handle claims for workers who have been terminated following a workplace injury or illness. Even if your on-the-job injury happened years ago, our lawyers can still help you obtain all benefits to which you are entitled. Our lawyers represent injured workers in Newport Beach, Anaheim and other communities in Orange County, California.

What's Required For Filing Workers' Comp Claims After I Am Fired?

Our lawyers offer a free lawyer consultation to discuss your case. The next steps we take will depend on where you are in the workers' compensation claims process:

  • If you have not yet applied for workers' compensation, our attorneys can help you document your injury and file a claim.
  • If your workers' compensation claim was denied or your benefits have stopped, our lawyers can help you file an appeal.
  • If you were receiving partial disability benefits at the time you were terminated, we will seek to reinstate full disability benefits.

In any work-related injury case, our most important concern is to help you obtain the medical care you need to recover your health and document your injury. If necessary, our lawyers can help you file for California state disability benefits until your workers' compensation benefits begin or are reinstated.

It is illegal for employers to terminate workers in retaliation for filing a workers' compensation claim. Unfortunately, some employers look for an excuse to terminate injured workers.

Learn more about wrongful termination claims for injured workers.

Do You Have A Case? Call For A Free Consultation.

For more information about post-termination workers' compensation claims or to schedule a free lawyer consultation, please call 714-464-6903 or toll free at 866-543-7598.