Public Transportation Operators

San Diego Transportation Workers' Compensation Attorney

Serving Southern California’s Public Transportation Workers

Public transportation operators come in contact with many hazardous situations while on the job. Whether it’s operating heavy equipment, exposure to chemicals and toxins, or inhalation of exhaust, these workers face the risk of getting injured or sick.

What Injuries Are Transportation Workers at Risk For?

The risks are different for workers depending upon their role and responsibilities, but some of the injuries that can occur include:

  • Whiplash
  • Slip and falls
  • Burns
  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Electrocution
  • Auto accidents
  • Illness from inhalation of fumes
  • Repetitive stress injuries

Suffering an injury as a public transportation operator can turn your world upside down. In an instant, you may be in need of medical treatment and physical therapy and unable to perform your job.

At Leigh Law Firm in San Diego, we understand the stress these accidents can unleash on you and your family, which is why our experienced transportation workers' compensation lawyer in San Diego works to obtain workers' compensation for our public transportation worker clients.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury while working as a public transportation operator, call Leigh Law Firm now at (619) 473-7569.

Pursuing Benefits

Workers' compensation insurance is provided to San Diego public transportation workers should they suffer any injuries or illnesses as a result of their occupation. Unfortunately, the process of filing a workers' compensation claim can get confusing, and when you are hurt and trying to recover, handling the legalities of this issue should be the last thing on your mind.

A seasoned transportation workers’ compensation attorney in San Diego can tackle the legal work for you to help prove your injury is work-related and recover the damages.

What Damages Can You Recover in a Workers' Compensation Claim?

Common damages that can be recovered in a workers' compensation settlement include, but are not limited to:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages or income
  • Temporary or permanent disability
  • Rehabilitation/vocational training

Contact Leigh Law Firm For Help

Don’t let your employers or the insurance company deny or delay the compensation to which you are entitled after sustaining an injury at work. Leigh Law Firm’s qualified San Diego transportation workers' compensation lawyer can work to ensure you receive the benefits necessary for medical treatment and time off work.

Call (619) 473-7569 to schedule a free consultation at Leigh Law Firm. We work on contingency fees, so you will not be charged until we obtain compensation for your case.

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