Injured at Work? We Got Your Back. Schedule a Free Consultation
Man carrying first aid kit to help injured worker

What Happens After You Get Hurt at Work?

Thousands of Californians are hospitalized after getting injured in the workplace every year. No matter where you work or what you do for a living, you could get hurt at work any day.

Read More
Women in wheelchair visiting lawyer

Can a Workers' Comp Case Be Reopened?

Yes, a workers' compensation case can be reopened in California under certain conditions. According to state law and regulations, you have the right to petition for reopening your workers' compensation claim.

Read More
Man Filling in Workers Compensation Accident Injury Concept

Workers’ Comp FAQ

Workers' compensation is a system designed to protect employees who have been injured or become ill as a result of their work. It provides benefits like medical care, rehabilitation, and compensation for lost wages.

Read More
Male doctor reading patient's medical history and taking notes

The IMR Appeals Process

At The Law Office of Robert E. Wood, we're committed to helping injured employees seek security through workers' compensation benefits. One component that often comes into play is the Independent Medical Review (IMR) appeals process.

Read More
Employee holding wooden block with the words Worker's Compensation

What Is a Peer Review in Workers’ Compensation?

If you're a worker who has recently suffered an injury, chances are you've heard of peer reviews in workers' compensation. But what exactly do they entail? What is the purpose of a peer review and why should injured workers take advantage of them?

Read More
Male physician reviewing medical chart

What Is an Independent Medical Review (IMR)?

If you've ever pursued a workers' compensation claim, you may have heard the term "Independent Medical Review," or IMR. It's a critical part of California's workers' compensation system, providing a valuable alternative to court disputes for injured employees.

Read More