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We specialize in reviving and closing stalled workers’ comp cases on your behalf.

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Located in Rancho Mirage, English Lloyd & Armenta has been serving the Coachella Valley for more than 30 years. We represent workers who have been injured on the job and need help obtaining workers’ compensation benefits and those who have been wrongfully denied overtime.

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Personal Injury & Work Comp – VR v. JC, DDP – The injured worker suffered third degree burns on his toros and legs and underwent lumbar surgery. He was injured when he was testing an underground pool heater …


Work Comp – JC v. CR, Inc. – Our client suffered a significant shoulder injury and underwent several surgeries by doctors selected by the insurance carriers and the surgeries were not very successful in restoring function. …


Work Comp – JA v. Kroger Food 4 Less – While lifting a box our client felt a sharp pain in his neck. The MRI revealed cord compression and our client should have been afforded immediate decompression surgery …


Work Comp – GC v. BP Co. – Our client, a journeyman plumber, suffered a cumulative injury over the years to his neck culminating in fusion surgery. His prior lawyer recommended a settlement of $165,000.00 …

How Many Construction Workers Die On Average Each Year?

September 2nd, 2021|

The construction of buildings is not an easy task. There are lots of moving parts in the process, both literally and figuratively, and the process can often result in accidents and injuries. Unfortunately, some of these injuries and accidents end up being lethal, producing some fairly devastating statistics for the industry. Whether you are in the construction industry, have been injured by it, or simply reap the rewards of construction labor, it is important to understand the risks associated with positions in construction. Yearly Construction Injuries According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 150,000 injuries on construction job sites every year. Though these injuries vary in type and severity, the fact that so many occur should

What Are The Riskiest Construction-Related Jobs?

September 2nd, 2021|

It is no secret that construction is a dangerous industry. Even though construction work is central to the growth of our society, the workers in the industry jeopardize their own safety every day when they go to work.When it comes to personal injury law, construction-related jobs are some of the most common claims and cases. Many building companies have strict safety regulations on paper, but, in practice, they are not always applied. Even when they are, some aspects of construction are simply dangerous, even with safety measures in place. This means higher rates of personal injuries and workplace compensation.Whether you are considering a job in construction, have worked in the industry for years, or were recently injured in a construction position,

What Is the Most Dangerous Job in the US?

August 12th, 2021|

There are many dangerous jobs in several inherently dangerous industries in the United States, though each is important to our country’s economic health. It is vital for anyone working in these industries to understand the risks their chosen line of work entails. To help, government agencies at the federal and state levels regulate every sector of business in the country, and they gather important data regarding dangers, known risks, general accident rates, and fatal accident rates for each. Such agencies include the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the US Department of Labor, and analogous agencies operating in every state in the country. These agencies regularly publish their findings concerning workplace safety and have determined the most hazardous industries for

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