If you work in the aviation industry in the San Fernando Valley and you’ve been injured in a workplace accident or you’ve developed a health condition as a result of your work, you deserve to recover financial compensation in the form of workers’ compensation benefits.
Your odds of actually arriving at a fair settlement with an insurer will typically be greater if you have representation from a qualified San Fernando Valley aviation workplace injury attorney. To learn more about your legal options, review your case with a member of our team at the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach.
Crashes aren’t the only incidents that can cause aviation workers to sustain injuries. It’s likely more aviation workers sustain injuries that develop over time. Examples of such injuries include (but aren’t limited to):
That said, it’s also certainly possible for aviation workers to sustain immediate injuries in workplace accidents. These are just a few examples of the types of injuries they may sustain:
This isn’t a complete list. If you’ve been injured in any capacity while operating within the scope of your employment as an aviation worker, you have grounds to seek financial compensation. Discuss your case with the experts at a San Fernando Valley aviation injury law firm for more details.
The following are common causes of injury for workers in the aviation field:
The specific cause of your accident doesn’t matter if you’re seeking workers’ compensation benefits. In California, if you’ve been injured in an on-the-job accident, you have a right to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits to cover such economic losses as your medical bills and lost wages. You don’t need to prove that your accident resulted from someone else’s negligence to recover compensation. You merely need to demonstrate that it happened while you were on the clock, and that it didn’t happen because you were:
However, when you initially file a claim, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier might attempt to deny it. The insurance company is a business, and any business’ goal is to minimize financial losses. Thus, an insurer might respond to your claim by denying it on the basis that you’ve failed to provide sufficient evidence showing your accident was work-related.
This is one of many reasons it’s wise to enlist the help of a San Fernando Valley aviation workplace injury attorney. We can help by:
At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, we’re dedicated to helping injured aviation workers in the San Fernando Valley recover the workers’ compensation benefits they deserve. Learn more about what we can do for you by contacting us online or calling us at 818-609-7005.