Serving Southern California Since 1964

Santa Ana Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Providing Attentive and Compassionate Counsel

At Ufkes & Bright, our workers’ compensation lawyers provide hands-on service for injured workers, ensuring that each client gets the personal attention and fully qualified counsel they deserve. We bring more than 50 years of combined claims experience and a rich history of success achieving substantial settlements for our clients. Our law firm takes pride in being able to deliver big firm results in a small firm atmosphere where you, our client, is put first.

If you have any questions about your legal rights after a work injury, our legal advocates are ready to provide knowledgeable advice and trusted legal support.

Many people face these questions regarding the workers' compensation process itself:

  • How to proceed if your case has been denied
  • What to do if medical treatment has been denied
  • How to best protect your job after you make a work injury claim
  • How to receive the maximum allowable benefits under the California Labor Code

We can assist you determine your eligibility, meticulously prepare the necessary legal paperwork, guide you through the workers' compensation system, represent you before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board and ultimately ensure you receive all benefits and the most favorable resolution of your claim.

If you have suffered from an on-the-job accident, work-related illness or believe you have suffered physical or emotional injuries which developed over the course of your employment, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages/salary, medical expenses and other benefits.

Contact Ufkes & Bright at (714) 500-8661 to schedule an appointment to discuss your workers' comp claim.

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Has Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Been Denied?

If your employer is disputing a workplace accident or a work-related illness, or the insurance company flat out denied your claim, then you still have legal recourse. It may be possible to review the claim for any misfiled or missing paperwork, and you may be able to petition the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB) to reconsider your claim. Our Santa Ana workers’ compensation lawyers can help you determine why your claim was denied, represent you in WCAB hearings, and more.

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