The Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board is located at:
732 Corporate Center Drive
Pomona, California 91768
Although the Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board is located within Los Angeles County it does serve certain zip codes which are actually within San Bernardino County. Our labor law and workers compensation operation does maintain an office in Ontario if your workers compensation case involves one of the below cities that is actually within San Bernardino County.
Even if you are a medical professional, it is important to have a workers compensation lawyer to assist you through the workers compensation process. Getting the right medical treatment in a workers compensation case is no easy task. Likewise, making sure the right doctor examines you for the purpose of what is called an agreed medical examination or independent medical examination is essential. A local workers compensation lawyer is much more likely to know the fairness and competency of a potential medical examiner. Issues also come up with subsequent or additional evaluations upon changes to injuries, and your rights under these circumstances will be compromised if you are not represented by an experienced workers compensation attorney.
If you have any questions about a work injury, a workers compensation claim that is already on file or might exist, or the quality of any medical treatment you are receiving for your work injury please contact our office at 1-877-525-0700.
If you were terminated from your job due to a work injury that may be classified as a disability due to its long standing nature, or for which you were entitled to Family Medical Leave CLICK HERE TO SEE INFORMATION ON HOW WE CAN REPRESENT YOU IN A CIVIL LAWSUIT ---> DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION PAGE AND/OR FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE ACT.
Terminations of employment due to the exercise of your workers compensation rights may constitute what is referred to as a 132a penalty in the workers compensation system. Under Labor Code 132a an employer must pay penalties if they retaliated against you for filing a workers compensation case, seeking medical treatment, asking for medical treatment due to a work injury, or exercising any of your workers compensation rights.
We are taking calls from injured workers on work injury situations involving the Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Long Beach Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Marina Del Rey Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Los Angeles Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Van Nuys Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Oxnard Workers Compensation Appeals Board CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON OUR OXNARD OFFICE, Anaheim Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Santa Ana Workers Compensation Appeals Board CLICK HERE FOR OUR ORANGE COUNTY WEBSITE, and Bakersfield Workers Compensation Appeals Board CLICK HERE FOR OUR BAKERSFIELD OFFICE.
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Call 1-877-525-0700 to receive a consultation about the full range of legal issues involved with a workers compensation injury including: wrongful termination, disability discrimination, Family Medical Leave Act Violations, rights to reinstatement upon being able to return to work with or without restrictions, disability benefits for your work injury, medical treatment for your work injury, retaliation claims due to your use of the workers compensation system, and added penalties and fines against employers who have removed safety devices that would have prevented your injury.