You need to see an expereinced local worker's comp. attorney before you go any further. In addition to any disability pension there may be other avenues you can explore within the worker's comp. system that could provide you with additional benefits given the nature of your injury.
The question you posted does not have a simple answer due to the complexity of the Workers' Compensation system in California. Under California law you are entitled to: Medical Treatment, Temporary Disability Benefits, Compensation for you Permanent Disability, Vocational Rehabilitation(if qualified) and reimbursements for mileage and other out of pocket expenses. If you are a union member you may also be entitled to other benefits by virtue of your union membership. Every case in unique and it is impossible to properly advise you without further information.
I strongly recommend you seek out an attorney to assist you with this matter.
Have you filed a claim for workers' compensation? If not, I think it should be your next step. While you are not required to have an attorney represent you in a work injury claim, it's definitely recommended. An experienced workers' comp attorney will understand the system and know how to ensure that you get the benefits (medical bills, lost wages, etc.) that you're entitled to. I'm licensed in Illinois, but I can recommend someone in your area if you'd like a referral. You should be able to get a free initial consultation, which is a great way to get your questions answered. Feel free to call. 1-800-807-9530. Good luck.
All will depend on the final doctor reports after you have reached Maximal Medical Improvement.
If you have not already done so, the first order of business is to file Application for Adjudication with the Workers' Compensation appeals Board. Please call me for additional information if you require assistance.