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What Does It Cost To Hire A Workers Compensation Attorney?

3 Jun 22

We never ask an injured worker for any money to take his case. The fees a workers comp lawyer can charge are set by statute and are up to the workers comp judge to approve.

The range of attorney fees is 12% – 18%… but nearly all workers compensation attorney’s charge 15% and have been doing so for the past 20 years. There are a few exceptional situations where the fees could increase if there are separate actions filed against the employer for discrimination under Labor Code 132a, or for violations of Cal-Osha codes and regulations that led to serious injury resulting hospitalization… this is called a serious and willful.

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