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

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Experts at helping clients navigate through the most complex injury cases.

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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 …

What Are My Rights Under Workers’ Compensation in California?

March 15th, 2024|

The workers’ compensation system in California was established in 1913 by the Boynton Act. The act required employers to provide compensation benefits to workers that included permanent and partial disability. Since then, California has passed reforms and bills that have strengthened the rights of workers to seek compensation following a work-related injury. If you work in Cathedral City, a Cathedral City workers’ compensation attorney can provide the answers to your questions. What Are My Rights Under Workers’ Compensation in California? Your rights under workers’ compensation in California include the right to have your medical expenses covered when they are tied to a workplace injury. These benefits cover: Medical evaluations Treatments Surgery Mental health services Physical therapy Transportation costs Medical aid

What Must the Injured Employee Prove for an Injury to Be Compensable Under Workers’ Compensation?

June 18th, 2023|

California's no-fault workers’ compensation system benefits both employers and employees. While employees cannot sue their employers in a court of law, employees don't need to prove that their employer was at fault for an injury. They only need to prove that their injury occurred at their workplace. Furthermore, employers pay for the workers’ compensation system in California to provide benefits for injured employees. The Rights and Entitlements of California’s Workers The state workers’ compensation benefits system provides tax-exempt payments and non-cash benefits for injured workers, unlike other benefits like unemployment benefits, which are not tax-exempt. Under this system, a number of benefits are available for eligible workers who were injured while performing their job duties. The premium benefits provided to

Can an Injury Be Recordable But Not Compensable?

June 17th, 2023|

Workplace injuries and incidents occur every day across the country. Accurately reporting these incidents and recording them, in accordance with OSHA guidelines and the guidelines set forth by the state of California, is imperative in many workers’ compensation cases regarding compensable injuries. Recordable Workplace Injuries vs. Reportable Workplace Injuries Recording injuries is the tracking of work-related illnesses and injuries. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA) requires organizations to keep strict logs and records of on-the-job injuries, but there are circumstances when a workplace injury is not required to be recorded, according to OSHA. Also, it is important to know that workers’ compensation is not contingent on the eligibility of an injury to be recordable or reportable under

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