Remember Injured Workers this Labor Day.

As our country looks to celebrate the achievements of the labor movement this coming weekend along with the hard work Americans put in every day, we remind everyone to remember those who get injured on the job.  They are living with massive delays in obtaining medical care that keep them from returning to the job they need. California has the slowest workers’ Read more about Remember Injured Workers this Labor Day.[…]

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[…]

Repetitive Work Injuries and Cumulative Trauma

Repetitive Work Injuries and Cumulative Trauma  909-980-9703      Email C. Cleveland Text 9093036374   Directions If you have a work injury which is the result of repetitive work or job duties, this is known as a cumulative trauma injury. If you have such an injury see a work injury lawyer nearRiverside if you live in this area. This Read more about Repetitive Work Injuries and Cumulative Trauma[…]

Cleveland & Metz Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Practice Work injury law in the Inland Empire

Cleveland & Metz Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Practice  Work injury law in the Inland Empire Rancho Cucamonga, CA – December 23, 2015 – The Law Offices of Cleveland & Metz are work injury lawyers and personal injury attorneys that practice in the Inland Empire focusing on the representation of injured workers and their families. Their firm has been representing Read more about Cleveland & Metz Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Practice Work injury law in the Inland Empire[…]