Employer Refuses to File a Workers’ Compensation Report

If your employer refuses to file a workers’ compensation report, you need to contact an experienced California employment law attorney right away.

Question:

What should I do if my employer refuses to file a workers’ compensation report?

Answer:

I’m often asked, what happens if my employer refuses or fails to report my injury at work. It’s extremely important that your injury is documented. If you got injured at work, you should notify your employer about your injury at work, as soon as possible. Also, under California law, it’s important for that employer to file a claim on your behalf. If the employer refuses to file a claim on your behalf, then you should be concerned that at a later point, that supervisor or that employer will deny that you ever told them about the injury— essentially, what is an attempt to deny your claim.

If you’ve been Employer Refuses to File a Workers' Compensation Reportinjured at work and your employer is refusing to report the injury, make sure that you contact an attorney that can assist you in filing a claim on your own behalf to make sure that somebody is fighting for you. If you have any questions with regards to whether or not your employer should file a claim for an injury that occurred at work, feel free to give me a call. I’m happy to answer any questions that may have.


Are you or a loved one in the process of filing an employment claim in California and your employer refuses to file a workers’ compensation report? Contact the experienced California employment law attorneys at the Myers Law Group today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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