When you are injured on the job or your medical condition prevents you from performing your normal job tasks, you might be entitled to compensation and significant medical benefits. The key is to act quickly and file a claim for workers' compensation and/or Social Security disability benefits as soon as possible. There is a significant risk that benefits could be jeopardized without quick action and the proper guidance from an experienced attorney.
Since 1983, I have been practicing in workers' compensation cases and related issues. The Law Office of John H. Sugden in Ventura can help determine if you should file a claim or pursue other measures to get the compensation you deserve for your injury or disability. My staff and I are caring and dedicated advocates, serving clients throughout Southern California.
Ventura County Social Security Disability Attorney
It is a privilege to represent, counsel and achieve the best results possible given the law and the evidence for my clients.
Social Security disability benefits and workers' compensation benefits can often overlap. To make sure you receive the benefits to which you are entitled, it is important to have a lawyer who is familiar with both types of benefits. I can represent you not just as a Social Security disability attorney. Under my counsel, you are in the capable hands of a Ventura workers' compensation attorney also.
If you believe you have a claim that qualifies for workers' compensation or Social Security, please contact the Law Office of John H. Sugden at 805-290-1746.
During a free initial consultation with me, we will lay out the facts of your claim and determine your best options. My fees are on a contingency basis, and there is no fee if you do not win — meaning no out-of-pocket expense to you if your case is not successful.
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Evening and weekend hours by appointment; I make home, hospital and jail visits also.
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Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony, subject to up to five years in prison or a fine up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.