We receive many phone calls from current and former California employees where they tell our office that they have requested to receive medical treatment for an on the job injury only to be told that their California employer does not carry workers compensation insurance. In some cases they are told not to get medical treatment or they are given cash by the employer and told to go to urgent care. All California employers that have at least one employee are required to carry workers compensation insurance. Unfortunately, not all California employers comply with the law and in some cases employees are retaliated and terminated for requesting that their on the job injuries are covered by workers compensation. If you have been harassed or wrongfully terminated for making a workers compensation claim your California employer may have violated California law. To be sure, you will need a
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