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Workers' compensation law is constantly changing

To the old adage, "The only certainties in life are death and taxes," you can add one more thing: it is a certainty that nothing will ever always remain the same. This is true of California law: if the statutes themselves are not changing by acts of the state legislature, then the state (and sometimes federal) courts are changing it through their case decisions interpreting what it really means.

Workers' compensation law is no exception to this rule. Consider that in the past two years the Division of Workers' Compensation has documented reforms to the law that taken together amount to more than 80 pages; the assessment of 2015 reforms alone takes up nearly 50 pages.

If you have been hurt on the job or have contracted a work-related illness or disability, do you really have the time to keep up with the legislature and the state agencies as they constantly change the law governing workers' compensation? Go ahead and click on that link above and read a few pages. The information is important to understand, but unless you are a workers' compensation attorney or have an incurable case of insomnia we suspect that after a short while you will find yourself wanting to do something else.

At the Law Offices of William W. Green & Associates, it is part of our job to stay abreast of how the state government is changing its own workers' compensation laws. We have the background, experience, training and disposition to not only read but to fully grasp the ramifications of how these changes can affect your benefits claim.

Workers' compensation claims can be complex even for attorneys. Those who think that they can save money by representing themselves in the claims process may do so, but they can also lose out on important aspects of how the law works that can cost them dearly.

An initial consultation with one of our attorneys is free. And we do not charge a fee for helping you unless you receive a benefits award. Why not take a look at our workers' compensation webpage to learn more about how we can assist you?

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