We Are Proud to Announce Our Newest Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation


The Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, A Professional Corporation, is proud to announce Attorney William H. Kropach becoming our newest certified specialist in workers’ compensation.

Our firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of workplace injured workers. We work diligently for each and every client to gain and maximize worker’s compensation benefits. At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, we understand each case is unique. We pride ourselves on treating our clients as individuals with the attentiveness they deserve.

What is A Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation?

Only a select few workers compensation attorneys are distinguished as Board Certified Specialists. The California State Bar is a government agency that monitors and licenses lawyers. To become a Board Certified Specialist, an attorney must meet several difficult requirements, including;

  • An attorney must have at least five years of experience practicing workers’ compensation law.
  • They must then fill out and submit an extensive application that details the various cases in their experience.
  • A potential certified specialist must complete numerous hours of continuing education.
  • A committee of other attorneys will then evaluate their work and practice.
  • After all previous requirements have been met, an attorney must then complete a day-long, written examination with a very low passing rate.

At the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach, we are proud to have a team of Board Certified Specialists in Workers’ Compensation.

What Are the Benefits of Having A Certified Specialist Represent You?

The Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach is dedicated to securing the benefits injured workers deserve. When you have a Board Certified Specialist in workers’ compensation, you can rest assure someone with extensive knowledge and experience in handling your case.

Obtaining the workers’ compensation you deserve can be challenging. A Board Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation is trained to handle specific difficulties, including;

  • Employers denying your claim: An employer may refuse to pay workers compensation benefits if they have mislabeled you as an independent contractor, are suspicious of fraud, or may purposely delay your benefits.
  • Employers failing to report the injury: In order for workers’ compensation benefits to be paid, your employer must report the accident and give you a Workers’ Compensation Claim Form to complete. If an employer has failed to report your injury, they may be afraid of violating safety regulations or not having the right insurance.
  • Your employer will not offer you alternative work after being released: If your employer does not provide you with an alternate position that is accommodating to your limitations, you may be entitled to additional benefits.

Having a Board Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation by your side is the best way to maximize your benefits and protect your rights.

Contact the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach Today

The Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach want to wish Attorney William H. Kropach congratulations on his outstanding achievement. We are proud to have a dedicated workers compensation attorney serve our clients in Los Angeles, California.

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