Warehouse Workers for Amazon, Walmart and logistics companies: Ontario Work Injury News

Warehouse workers for Amazon, Walmart and other logistics companies are facing greater pressure as brick-and-mortar store jobs disappear and automation steps up the pace. We have represented many Amazon, Walmart and other warehouse employees in Ontario California. We hear these stories from the injured workers at Amazon, Walmart and temporary agencies that send workers to Read more about Warehouse Workers for Amazon, Walmart and logistics companies: Ontario Work Injury News[…]

5 Steps to Handle your Work Injury

Below are 5 simplified steps to get you on your way to handling your work injury claim Many of our clients have asked us to come up with a simple road map to pass to injured workers. The process can be complicated and we are here to help you through it from beginning to conclusion. Read more about 5 Steps to Handle your Work Injury[…]

Denied Fontana Work Injury Claims

 909-980-9703      Email C. Cleveland Text 9093036374   Directions What if my Fontana workers compensation claim has been denied? In the California workers’ compensation system, the work comp adjuster can place your claim on delay status for up to 90 days from the date of the defendant’s receipt of your comp claim for investigation. Within this 90-day delay Read more about Denied Fontana Work Injury Claims[…]

Worker’s Compensation News for Ontario May 21, 2019

Worker’s Compensation News for Ontario May 22, 2019  909-980-9703      Email Atty. Cleveland Text 9093036374   Directions The California State Senate voted 38-0 Senate Bill 731, by Sen. Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, would prohibit consideration of race, age, gender, sex or genetic characteristics when apportioning permanent disability to non-industrial factors. Under current law in Apportionment in California workers‘ compensation, and evaluating physician, like a Read more about Worker’s Compensation News for Ontario May 21, 2019[…]