Significant concerns often arise for a person when they are hurt at work or become disabled. Common concerns include:
- How will I get by financially?
- How will I get the care I need?
- What will happen with my family?
- What will this mean for my future?
Here at the Law Office of Dennis J. Thornton, we understand how much can be in the balance for a worker when it comes to legal matters related to an injury suffered at work or a disabling medical condition. Our attorney, Dennis J. Thornton, helps injured and disabled workers understand their legal position, and represents them in matters regarding workers' comp claims and claims for Social Security Disability benefits. Based out of Hayward, California, we provide legal services throughout Contra Costa County, Alameda County and the rest of the East Bay Area.
Turn To Us When Complex SSD Or Workers' Comp Matters Come Up
We have a great deal of experience in workers' compensation cases. If you have been hurt at work, we can provide you with detailed information about the workers' compensation process and help you have an idea of what issues and difficulties you could face in relation to your claim for workers' comp benefits. We can assist you with taking legal action when an employer or their insurer tries to shortchange you when it comes to workers' comp.
We also provide experience-based legal services for disabled individuals who are applying for Social Security Disability benefits. We help with both Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income cases. If your SSD claim was denied or you are facing other SSD-related difficulties, we will give you complete and honest explanations of your options.
Discover Your Legal Options
If you have a workers' compensation matter or SSD matter you would like to discuss with a lawyer, call 510-646-1416 or contact us through our online form. We offer complimentary initial consultations. Servicios de traducción en español disponibles.
Notice: Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.