Attorney Ufkes Becomes a State Bar Certified Workers' Compensation Specialist in CA

On behalf of Ufkes & Bright, we would like to congratulate Attorney Mark A. Ufkes for becoming a State Bar Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist by the California State Bar. State Bar certification is the highest level of specialization available for the legal industry.

Attorney Ufkes is also an active member of the California Applicant Attorney’s Association. He is a second-generation applicant lawyer, following in his father’s footsteps.

Our experienced legal team is extremely proud of Mark’s achievement. We strive for the highest level of ethical standards and integrity, obtaining the reputation and respect in the workers’ compensation community.

The Benefits of Hiring a State Bar Certified Attorney in Worker’s Compensation Law

There are a lot of attorneys throughout the state and country who claim to “specialize” in workers’ compensation law. However, many are not State Bar certified specialists.

In order to become one, a lawyer must undergo a rigorous vetting and testing process. It is a difficult status to obtain, which is why you can be confident in having a state bar-certified workers’ compensation attorney on your side if you are experiencing issues with your benefits.

To become a state bar certified in workers’ compensation law, a lawyer must:

  1. Pass multiple written exams
  2. Been in practice for several years
  3. Devote a significant part of his/her practice to the specialty (i.e. workers’ compensation)
  4. Receive favorable evaluations from judges and lawyers
  5. Complete at least 45 hours of continuing education
  6. Be in good standing with the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board

Ready to Help You Today!

Whether you were denied benefits or you are experiencing issues with the workers’ compensation system, Ufkes & Bright are dedicated to fulfilling your needs and help you make the best recovery possible from injury. Our Santa Ana workers’ comp attorneys possess the experience, knowledge, and certifications necessary to obtain the most favorable results.

Contact us and schedule a free consultation for more information today.

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