Our society owes a great debt to public workers. Municipal workers, police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and other municipal workers shoulder great dangers to care for the emergency needs of the community every day. The pressure and dangers associated with these occupations can lead to medical conditions that the workers would not have developed otherwise.
Paramedics and firefighters regularly enter danger. While these workers are trained to handle hazardous problems, accidents do happen. The harder these workers work, the harder it is to stay off the job while recovering from an injury. Following prescribed medical treatment and taking the time to heal should be a top priority.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a municipal worker, you are entitled to medical treatment and partial wages while you recover. We are committed to obtaining them for you.
In our firm’s 40-plus-year-storied history, we have served as counsel to many of California’s peace officers’, firefighters’ and other public safety/public employees’ unions. We are prepared to put our comprehensive knowledge and experience to work on cases involving:
If you have been injured as a municipal worker, we strongly advise you to seek medical treatment and to get in touch.
To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss workers’ comp with one of our Santa Ana government employee injury attorneys, call 714-835-1404 or email Leviton Diaz & Ginocchio, Inc.