Aggressively protecting your interests in and out of the courtroom for over 30 years
It is not enough to fight. It is the spirit which we bring to the fight that decides the issue.
- General Marshall
4 Reasons To Choose Our Law Office
Stalled Serious Injury Case
We specialize in reviving and closing stalled workers’ comp cases on your behalf.
We work hard to get you the proper medical care and full benefits you deserve.
Wage & Hour Disputes
We stand strong and fight to maximize compensation for wage and hour violations.
Complex Injury Cases
Experts at helping clients navigate through the most complex injury cases.
Warriors You Can Trust
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.
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 …
Even though safety advocates have named this week "Farm Safety Week," you likely understand the importance of taking safety measures every day on the job. It is not easy for these advocates to reach an accurate count of how many people suffer injuries in farm-related accidents since no system exists for collecting this information. However, based on news stories and other outlets, researchers believe the number is higher than 50 so far this year. Working in the California agricultural industry is physically challenging, and you likely feel the aches and pains of your labors at the end of most days. However, it may only take a split second for a farm accident to change your life forever. Unprotected equipment Depending on the
This past week, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health urged employers in Riverside and other areas in the Inland Empire to protect employees against the sweltering heat. Expected triple-digit temperatures led to the High Heat Advisory and the potential for temporary disability of workers. Workers who are exposed to temperatures that rise above 100 degrees are at significant risks of suffering heatstroke. Recognizing the risks is crucial because heat exhaustion that is not treated promptly could quickly become life-threatening. Employers can keep workers safe by compliance with the Cals OSHA guidelines for heat illness prevention. The standards require the availability of plenty of fluids and air-conditioned rooms. Workers must be encouraged to take frequent drinks of fresh, cool water, and
Hard-working Coachella Valley employees across a wide universe of industries routinely suffer on-the-job accidents and injuries. Many of those work-related harms are far more serious than minor ailments that only cause temporary discomfort. Indeed, workers employed in fields ranging from manufacturing and construction to agriculture and other pursuits are often afflicted with workplace injuries that are at minimum temporarily disabling. And some job injuries cause far more damage than that, forcing workers to cease employment for an extended period of time. The California workers’ compensation system is set up to respond to such situations, providing injured employees with urgently needed financial assistance when a workplace injury has rendered them unable to do their jobs. Here’s a point to note about the