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Serious Work Injuries 

We represent injured workers throughout the state of California. We maximize recovery for our clients, assisting them in securing what they deserve under the law.

Auto Accidents

Being involved in a car accident is an overwhelming and devastating experience. We represent clients throughout California in all types of accidents ranging from car crashes to truck crashes.

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Slip and Falls

A slip-and-fall accident can alter your life significantly. Dealing with these injuries, getting prompt medical care, and recovering your damages due to negligence is no simple process.

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who we are

Priding ourselves on Transperency, Integrity, Convenience, and Care.

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Marina is committed to assisting her clients in any way that she can. She is not afraid to think outside-of-the-box and finds creative approaches to solve even the most complex legal problems. 

frequently asked questions

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Under California Workers’ Compensations laws, it is illegal for your employer to fire you for filing a workers’ compensation claim. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for an employer to threaten to fire you or begin to treat you differently for filing a workers’ compensation claim. If this happens to you, it is important to speak to a skilled attorney to protect yourself. At Awed Law Group, our skilled workers’ compensation firm has helped countless clients who find themselves in the unfortunate position of being injured and facing discrimination and/or termination due their injuries. 

However, it always comes down to what can be proven. California is an at-will work state, this entitles you to leave your job at any time for any reason and also entitles your employer to terminate you for any reason, so long as the reason for firing you is not due to a discriminatory purpose. It is illegal for your employer to file you because you were injured at work and/or are receiving workers’ compensation benefits. 

No. Your employer is legally required to obtain workers’ compensation insurance. When you file a claim for your work injury, your claim goes through the insurance company. 

Yes. All employees are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits regardless of their immigration status. Our law firm specializes in protecting undocumented workers who have been injured. You may also be able to obtain legal status depending on the nature of your injuries. We are highly skilled in this area and will try to find the best outcome for you. If you are undocumented, it is important that your workers’ compensation lawyer is experienced with immigration and is able to protect your status. Our Orange County Workers’ Compensation firm is specialized in protecting your status as an injured worker and an undocumented worker. 

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