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  • Firm News

    The latest posts for Firm News are listed below.
    • Recent Case Wins by Our Woodland Hills Workers' Comp Law Office

      At the Law Offices of Gary Rodich, we tirelessly fight for our clients’ rights in all manners of workers’ compensation claims and cases. No matter the peculiarities or difficulties of a case, you can bet that we will put our all into the work we do for our clients, never resting until a satisfactory case result is achieved. We are excited to be able to tell you about three recent case victories, ...

    Workers' Compensation

    The latest posts for Workers' Compensation are listed below.
    • Attorney Barry Rodich Joining the Law Offices of Gary Rodich

      We at the Law Offices of Gary Rodich are thrilled to announce attorney Barry Rodich as a new member of our firm! As our new associate, we are honored to welcome him and his multitude of skills as a Woodland Hills Workers’ Compensation attorney. His practice focuses on representing and defending the rights of injured workers who are in need of Workers' Compensation. Barry has experience in ...
    • Recent Case Wins by Our Woodland Hills Workers' Comp Law Office

      At the Law Offices of Gary Rodich, we tirelessly fight for our clients’ rights in all manners of workers’ compensation claims and cases. No matter the peculiarities or difficulties of a case, you can bet that we will put our all into the work we do for our clients, never resting until a satisfactory case result is achieved. We are excited to be able to tell you about three recent case victories, ...
    • What Should I Do If My Workers' Compensation Claim Is Denied?

      If you are injured on the job, your claim should be covered under your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. California requires all employers to carry insurance and to inform their employees of the coverage through a “notice to employees” poster in an obvious location. If your claim is denied, you can still pursue the compensation you need. Whether your claim was not filed within the ...
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