Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Anaheim, CA

While it is your right to file a workers’ compensation claim if you are injured at work, sometimes an employer will retaliate against employees who do so. You should not have to try and protect your job by yourself and your job, especially if you are still trying to recover from your injury. Call on a trusted Anaheim workers’ compensation attorney from our firm who can stand behind you and protect you from retaliation.

At the Law Offices of Robert Willyard, lead attorney Willyard has represented employers, insurance companies, third parties, doctors, and injured workers in workers’ compensation claims, giving him unparalleled insight into such cases. He is a certified specialist in workers’ compensation and knows how to obtain a settlement that is fair for his clients. Trust our firm to fight hard to get you the compensation you need.

We Protect Your Right to File a Claim

After returning to work once you have filed a workers’ compensation claim, your employer can retaliate against you in a number of ways:

  • Demotion
  • Failure to promote
  • Adverse wage action
  • Negative reassignment or transfer
  • Wrongful termination or unjust firing
  • Unmerited negative performance review
  • Intimidation or threats of adverse action
  • Interference with your right to workers’ compensation benefits

You should know that your employer is still able to take reasonable actions if you are unable to work in the capacity you once did or if you fail to show up to work. For this reason, you need to make sure you have healed sufficiently to resume your normal job duties.

Put Our Orange County Employer Retaliation Attorney in Your Corner

Employers, however, cannot fire you if you take a leave of absence from work related to your injury or illness. You need to speak with a dedicated Anaheim workers’ compensation lawyer if you feel your employer has taken unfair action against you for filing a workers’ compensation claim. We can hold them accountable and protect your job.

Speak with the firm and learn about your rights during a free consultation—(855) 366-8127!