At the Shoemaker Law Offices, we use our experience to get compensation for injured workers in the Northern California, Bay Area. Regardless the type of work-related injury you have suffered, we will work hard to get the workers' compensation benefits you deserve.
To set up a FREE consultation, contact us online or call 707-552-1000 today. Our Vallejo, California, workers’ compensation benefits attorneys serve clients throughout Solano County, Napa County, Sonoma County, and Contra Costa County.
If you have been denied workers' compensation benefits for any reason, don’t give up. We can help you. Attorney Scot Shoemaker is one of a select few attorneys recognized as a workers' compensation certified specialist from the State Bar of California. This means we are ready to take on even the most challenging cases and fight any denial in benefits.
If you have been injured on the job, you have the right to receive benefits. It's that simple. Unfortunately, the system you need to go through to get those benefits is anything but simple. In fact, it is very complex, and your employer and the workers' comp insurance company know that and will make it difficult for you throughout the process. You need an experienced Northern California Bay Area workers’ comp lawyer to help you file a claim and stay by your side to even the odds and fight back. For more information, please see our wrokers' compensation frequently asked questions pages.
Our success is based on our knowledge, experience, and our willingness to be aggressive to fight for your rights. If the insurance company refuses to do the right thing, we will take the matter to court. Attorney Scot D. Shoemaker and his team will not stop fighting until you get the workers’ comp benefits you deserve.
Don’t wait to receive the compensation you are entitled to. Contact us online or call 707-552-1000 today to schedule a FREE consultation with an certified attorney specialist in workers’ comp law.
We handle cases on a contingency basis. If there is No recovery, there will be No fee.
Authored by Scot D. Shoemaker