Written by attorney Ruben R Espinoza

Four Common Mistakes Made by Unrepresented Injured Workers Following a Workplace Injury

Unless the injury is life-threatening or serious, most workers injured on the job hope for the best and simply want to feel better and get back to work. Unfortunately, hoping for the best sometimes causes an injured worker to mishandle several early aspects of his or her claim.

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If you've suffered a workplace injury and need advice and counsel, call us for a free consultation: (213) 228-3232. Disclaimer: the foregoing is intended to provide general information only. It is not legal advice about yours or any particular case and is not to be acted on as such. Each case is different and dependent on its own particular facts and circumstances. The information presented may also not reflect the most current legal developments. An attorney should be contacted for advice on a specific case and/or legal issue. This information also is not intended to and does not in any way create an attorney-client relationship.

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