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4 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for California on
Q: I took a job"under the table" . I fell off a stool, broke my neck. Do I have any legal recourse? I am paralyzed.
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Haleh Shekarchian answered on Jul 6, 2020

Yes, you could pursue a worker’s compensation case against your employer. If he has no insurance, the State of California Uninsured Employer Fund will pay your claim on your employer’s behalf and then the State of California will pursue your employer to seek penalties for not having worker’s... Read more »

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Q: I was sent back to work after 2 wks of work men's comp . How long will it take to make a offer to me for my injuries.
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Haleh Shekarchian answered on May 20, 2020

Worker’s compensation doctors are bias and they send you back to work even though in most case they shouldn’t. The law says you have to treat with them but the law allows you to be evaluated by a neutral doctor one time to know your true disability and your true need for future treatment. Once... Read more »

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Q: I was sent back to work after 2 wks of work men's comp . How long will it take to make a offer to me for my injuries.

I been going to their Dr and therapy since March. Also how do they calculate a offer to me if they pay for my Dr Therapist medication and rides to my appointment s?

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Haleh Shekarchian answered on May 17, 2020

Worker’s compensation docotrs are very bias and they do return you to work even though they shouldn’t. In their final report they give you low percentage of disability and little need for future treatment. The law allows you to be evaluated by a neutral doctor to see what your true disability... Read more »

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Q: After being injured by vehicle causing a hip to be broken a time in convelecense home. There insurance should pay my co

Cost. SS took money from my account so why does my apt. Say I owe them back rent when gone. Isn't that their insurance problem?

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Haleh Shekarchian answered on Apr 27, 2020

Not sure what your questions is.

You can contact a personal injury attorney for a free consultation.

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2 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law and Personal Injury for California on
Q: I was bitten by a cop dog and it nearly took my arm off do I have a chance
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Haleh Shekarchian answered on Apr 16, 2020

Depends on the circumstances. If you were just passing by for example, and the dog bit you, then the police department would be liable. But if you were running away from being arrested, then it would be a harder case against the police department. You should contact anyone of us on Justia for a... Read more »

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Q: I was assaulted on Saturday night where my employer punched me in the nose and today is Tuesday I am reporting it to the

I need to know if that is too long of a. To report it to the police

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Haleh Shekarchian answered on Apr 16, 2020

It’s still not too late to report it. Do you have any witnesses or any any bruising?? You should take pictures of your bruises.

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