Workers’ Compensation

Injured on the Job?

If you have been injured on the job, you are entitled to compensation through workers’ compensation insurance. Period. Employers will often minimize workplace injuries or try to place blame elsewhere to avoid liability. This behavior is unacceptable.

Understanding Why
Insurance Companies Are
Not Your Friend

Most Insurance companies are a for-profit business. Workers’ compensation is paid for by employers. In California, employers must maintain workers’ compensation insurance even if they only have one employee. Every time a workers’ compensation claim is filed, it cost the insurance company money. The first offer you get from an insurance company is almost always unfair. Insurance companies will try to get away with paying you as little as possible. The result is that the costs of the injury are shifted to the injured workers and their families. Don’t let this happen to you. Call the Blanco & Arias team. 

Do not be fooled by a friendly representative or an employer who is “helping you.” Every day, insurance companies take advantage of individuals who do not know their rights. Instead, call Blanco & Arias, who will work to get the benefits you deserve.

How Blancos & Arias Will
Handle Your Case

Every workers’ compensation case is unique, and we treat them accordingly. We do not lean on a cookie-cutter workers’ compensation solution. When we take your case, we will spend time and energy getting to know you, your responsibilities at work, your injury, and how that injury affects your ability to work effectively. From there, we will handle your case from start to finish on your behalf.

You can rest and recover easy knowing that a highly experienced legal team is working in your best interests.

Workers' Compensation

Workers’ compensation benefits include temporary disability, medical treatments, and a permanent disability award.

The following are the different benefits that are paid for work-related or on-the-job injuries and accidents:

  • Medical & Prescription coverage
  • Disability benefits that cover a part of an employee’s salary while they are disabled
  • Mileage reimbursement to and from doctor’s appointments
  • Psychological counseling
  • Permanent disability benefits
  • Vocational retraining
  • Death benefits for the worker’s spouse and dependents


Some workplace injuries can occur over time.  Repetitive stress injuries can cause injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, degenerative disk disease, osteoarthritis.   Illnesses caused by exposure to a workplace environment are also considered work-related and may be covered by workers’ compensation.

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