San Bernardino Workers Compensation Appeals Board Lawyer


The San Bernardino Workers Compensation Appeals Board is the correct place to file the vast majority of San Bernardino Workers Compensation Cases, but there are a few cities in San Bernardino that go through the Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board. The following San Bernardino cities and zip codes go through the Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board:

Chino (91710), Chino Hills (91709), Claremont (91711), La Verne (91750), Montclair (91763), Ontario (91762), Ontario (91764), Rancho Cucamonga (91729), Rancho Cucamonga (91730), Rancho Cucamonga (91737), Rancho Cucamonga (91739), Upland (91784), Upland (91785), Upland (91786), Walnut (91795), Walnut (91788), Walnut (91789)

Where a workers compensation claim must be filed is a technical issue best left to proper consultation with a workers compensation lawyer. Like everything else it is best to speak to an experienced Southern California Workers Compensation Lawyer who knows the ins and out of the workers compensation system.

Call 1-877-525-0700 to speak to our labor lawyers and workers compensation lawyers about your workplace accident and its repercussions on your life.

It is essential that you hire a reputable workers compensation lawyer. When your body has been injured in a work accident, there is no reason to place all of your trust in a disreputable workers compensation lawyer and that lawyer’s collection of workers compensation doctors. Unfortunately, Southern California and San Bernardino County is filled with unethical workers compensation lawyers. San Bernardino and Los Angeles County also have their share of sub-par doctors who treat workers compensation injuries.

Here are the signs of a bad workers compensation lawyer:

The workers compensation lawyer is never in their office. However, applicant some workers compensation lawyers are always fighting for their clients’ rights at the Workers Compensation Appeals Board.

  1. When you really get down to it is your workers compensation case is being handled by an office employee who is not an attorney? Did you know workers compensation cases do not have to be handled by licensed attorneys?
  2. The workers compensation lawyer and/or doctors they are associated with are recommending over treatment, or the filing of pieces of workers compensation claims about parts of your body you do not think were really injured
  3. The workers compensation lawyer refuses to file any more difficult, but very important claims such as 132a retaliation for the filing of a workers compensation claim.
  4. The workers compensation lawyer refuses to file for willful injuries in the event of situations such as OSHA violations and removed safety devices
  5. The workers compensation lawyer refuses to file or work with a lawyer who will sue a third-party who was also the cause of the accident such as a driver of the car who hit you, or the manufacturer of a dangerous piece of machinery that lacked safety devices
  6. You have never met the actual workers compensation lawyer
  7. The workers compensation lawyer will never speak to the client

The bottom line is your workers compensation lawyer should be your buddy, and so should his case administrators and office staff. Meaningful discussions should happen between the injured worker and their attorney about the course of medical treatment to take, how the medical treatment is going, and whether the workers compensation client likes their doctors. The workers compensation lawyer and the client should work together to discuss potential medical restrictions, return dates to work, the feasibility of returning to a job when the employee has medical restrictions, and whether civil claims exist for disability discrimination, family medical leave act violations, and wrongful termination.

How much does it cost to hire a workers compensation lawyer?

All workers compensation lawyers work on a contingency. They will not charge you a penny up front. They will also advance all case costs.

The percent a workers compensation lawyer can charge is regulated by law and is extremely low. You will not pay 1/3 or 40% for legal representation in work injury. You will not even pay 18% to be represented in a workers compensation case.

To speak to a workers compensation lawyer about whether the percent they charge even comes out of your workers compensation settlement, or whether the workers compensation insurance company separately pays the attorney fees, call 1-877-525-0700.

We are taking calls from injured workers on workers compensation matters involving the San Bernardino Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Los Angeles Workers Compensation Appeals Board [CLICK HERE FOR OUR LOS ANGELES SITE], Riverside Workers Compensation Appeals Board [CLICK HERE FOR OUR RIVERSIDE COUNTY SITE], Santa Ana Workers Compensation Appeals Board [CLICK HERE FOR OUR ORANGE COUNTY WEBSITE], Anaheim Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Long Beach Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Long Beach Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Van Nuys Workers Compensation Appeals Board [CLICK HERE FOR OUR SAN FERNANDO VALLEY SITE], Oxnard Workers Compensation Appeals Board [CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON OUR OXNARD OFFICE], and Bakersfield Workers Compensation Appeals Board.

Please note the following zip codes pertain to the San Bernardino Workers Compensation Appeals Board located at: 464 W. Fourth Street, Suite 239

Duarte (91009), Rancho Cucamonga (91701), Guasti (91743), Ontario (91761), Indio (92207), Indiana Wells (92210), Palm Desert (92211), Cathedral City (92234), Fontana (92237), Highland (92246), La Quinta (92247), Joshua Tress (92252), Rancho Mirage (92270), Yucca Valley (92284), Landers (92285), Adelanto (92301), Arvin (92303), Amboy (92304), Angelus Oaks (92305), Apple Valley (92307), Apple Valley (92308), Baker (92309), Fort Irwin (92310), Barstow (92311), Barstow (92312), Grand Terrace (92313), Big Bear City (92314), Big Bear Lake (92315), Bloomington (92316), Blue Jay (92317), Bryn Mawr (92318), Cedar Glen (92321), Cedarpines Park (92322), Cima (92323), Colton (92324), Crestline (92325), Crest Park (92326), Daggett (92327), Death Valley (92328), Phelan (92329), Fontana (92331), Essex (92332), Fawnskin (92333), Fontana (92334), Fontana (92335), Fontana (92336), Fontana (92337), Ludlow (92338), Forest Falls (92339), Green Valley Lake (92341), Silver Lakes (92342), Hesperia (92344), Hesperia (92345), Highland (92346), Hinkley (92347), Loma Linda (92350), Lake Arrowhead (92352), Loma Linda (92354), Fontana (92355), Lucerne Valley (92356), Lytle Creek (92358), Mentone (92359), Needles (92363), Nipton (92364), Newberry Springs (92365), Mountain Pass (92366), Oro Grande (92368), Patton (92369), Phelan (92371), Pinon Hills (92372), Redlands (92373), Redlands (92374), Redlands (92375), Rialto (92376), Rialto (92377), Rimforest (92378), Running Springs (92382), Shoshone (92384), Skyforest (92385), Sugarloaf (92386), Moreno Valley (92388), Tecopa (92389), Twin Peaks (92391), Victorville (92392), Victorville (92393), Victorville (92394), Victorville (92395), Wrightwood (92397), Yermo (92398), Yucaipa (92399), San Bernardino (92401), San Bernardino (92402), San Bernardino (92403), San Bernardino (92404), San Bernardino (92405), San Bernardino (92406), San Bernardino (92407), San Bernardino (92408), San Bernardino (92409), San Bernardino (92410), San Bernardino (92411), San Bernardino (92412), San Bernardino (92413), San Bernardino (92414), San Bernardino (92415), San Bernardino (92418), San Bernardino (92423), San Bernardino (92427), San Bernardino (92510), Murrita (92512), Riverside (92517), Crestline (92523), Perris (92599), Benton (93512), Big Pine (93513), Bishop (93514), Bridgeport (93517), Darwin (93522), Independence (93526), June Lake (93529), Keeler (93530), Lee Vining (93541), Little Lake (93542), Lone Pine (93545), Mammoth Lakes (93546), Olancha (93549), Red Mountain (93558), Trona (93562), Trona (93592)

Representing injured workers since 1993. Call 1-877-525-0700 to discuss your legal rights due to a workers compensation case, the loss of your job, or your employer who will not let you come back to work with medical restrictions.