Walking You Through The Workers’ Compensation Process

When you are injured at work, you may not know your rights — you may not even know where to start. California has a system in place to protect every worker should they be injured on the job, but you have to follow it closely to ensure you receive the benefits you deserve for your injury.

The Law Offices of L. Ciro Sapetto helps Southern California workers through the complicated workers' compensation system. There are three things you should do right after you are injured at work:

  • Notify your supervisor
  • Seek medical treatment
  • Consult in a workers' compensation attorney

While you could go through the process alone, any misstep could lower the benefits you receive — or forfeit them altogether.

Make Sure You Get Full Benefits

With over 40 years of legal experience, we make sure you follow every step accurately, and that your rights are protected every step of the way. You work directly with one of our attorneys who puts your best interests first, not your employer's.

Have questions about the workers' compensation process? Visit our FAQs page for more information.

While workers' compensation does not offer compensation for pain and suffering, we make sure you receive full benefits for medical treatment, lost wages and disabilities.

Call Today For A Free Consultation — Hablamos Español!

All injured workers are eligible for workers' compensation — but unfortunately, many workers don't know their rights or are taken advantage of in the workplace. This is especially true of many Non-English speaking workers. Our lawyers are fluent in Spanish, and are dedicated to standing up for the rights of all injured workers- regardless of their ability to speak English. Let us work for you and your family, so you can focus on your healthy recovery.

There's no risk to get started, we offer free initial consultations and you only pay us when we secure you benefits. Call our Indio or El Monte office today to schedule your appointment, or reach out online for more information.