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Law Office specializes in Worker Compensation in Redding and Susanville, CA and surrounding Shasta and Lassen Counties.
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Redding Law Offices
Redding Law Offices specialize in Worker's Compensation law in Shasta and Lassen Counties. At Redding Law Offices we are fierce advocates of our client's rights. In each case handled, our attorney, Steven Riley, works hard to reach the best possible result. He is a well respected attorney, known for his determination and the positive results he obtains for each of his clients.
A skilled legal professional, Mr. Riley will assist you through your case whether it goes to trial or not. Should you have questions or concerns about your Worker's Compensation Claim as the case proceeds, Mr. Riley will address each of those concerns as they arise and ensure you understand your legal options every step of the way.
We assist clients who have suffered from the full variety of injuries one can sustain from a work-related accident, including:
More work-related injuries, which result in a visit to a physician, are made for orthopedic conditions, injuries to bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons, than for any other reason.
These injuries affect the spine, neck, shoulder, arm, hand, hip, knee, foot and leg.
Internal organs including the liver, lungs, bile duct, kidneys, nerves, system, spleen, stomach, gall bladder, and the aorta can be injured due to accident.
However, these injuries to internal organs are often difficult to identify immediately following a work related accident.
Psychological InjuriesThis is an injury suffered by a worker as a direct result of some action or failure to act by some individual.
Injuries to psyche can be from stress, PTSD, depression, concussion, traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, or a disorder that involves mood or emotions.
These injuries leave a person suffering from permanent disabilities for the rest of their life. Catastrophic injuries are any injuries which have serious, long-term effects on the victim. Additionally, work related injuries which result in the employees death are classified as catastrophic.
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