Total Disability And Workers' Compensation In California

Total disability, partial disability and temporary disability are all words that you have likely heard if you have filed a workers' compensation claim. Understanding the benefits you are entitled to, how long benefits will last and how that affects your work status is likely complicated. It is in your best interests to work with a lawyer throughout the legal process, and at the Law Offices of William S. Lindheim, we are prepared to represent your interests.

The Law Offices of William S. Lindheim is certified by the State Bar of California in workers' compensation law. We are focused exclusively on workers' comp, and lead attorney William Lindheim has more than 44 years of experience. He is well-respected by his peers and others in the legal community for his contributions.

Do I Need A Disability Lawyer To Help With My Claim?

Workers' compensation law is very intricate, and without help from an attorney, you could end up having your claim denied and dealing with additional challenges in filing an appeal or getting a fair settlement.

If you are considered totally disabled (or believe you are) and unable to work, you will need assistance in getting benefits for the rest of your life. We help our clients understand the differences between total disability, partial disability, temporary disability and other workers' comp benefits. The Law Offices of William S. Lindheim will clarify any misconceptions you may have and make sure that we have the facts of your case before advising of a legal strategy to pursue.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation With The Law Offices Of William S. Lindheim

There is no charge for the first consultation. To schedule an appointment, please call 213-739-7000 or complete a short online contact form. We handle cases throughout Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside & San Bernardino and Ventura counties.