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Woodland Hills Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Gary Rodich has dedicated more than 30 years of his professional career to fighting on behalf of injured workers across Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities of Southern California. As a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist, Mr. Rodich has established himself as a leader in the field, as well as a bold and unwavering advocate for victims and families looking to navigate the workers’ comp process and secure the positive outcomes and benefits they need.

Over the span of three decades, Mr. Rodich has cultivated a reputation for meeting the highest standards of professional ability. A former Pro Tem Judge with a background representing insurance companies, he is able to assess cases from all angles. His insight into the ways in which insurance companies handle claims also proves invaluable when advocating for clients, and allows him to craft effective legal strategies tailored to their unique needs and situations.

Mr. Rodich has leveraged his extensive experience, insight, and expertise to guide workers of all professions through the legal complexities that commonly arise after work-related injuries. This includes union and non-union workers, police and sheriff officers, health care workers, teachers, construction workers, general laborers, and more. His unparalleled knowledge of the workers’ comp system has translated into numerous substantial awards for clients and millions of dollars in benefits.

Whether you or a loved one have suffered catastrophic injuries or illnesses on the job, have had a claim denied, or need assistance with any work-related injury matter, you can be confident about placing your trust in Mr. Rodich.

Because Mr. Rodich prioritizes personalized, first-class service, he makes himself readily available to local residents during their time of need and offers free consultations for workers and their families to learn more about their rights.