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Updates and Changes to the California Workers Compensation Law

courthouse & gavel There were many changes and updates to the workers compensation laws over the years. All of these changes and how they may affect your case is better understood by a qualified workers compensation attorney. Gelber stays abreast of the laws to continue to level the playing field for his clients.

In order to best understand your benefits, and receive what you are entitled to, you need an experienced workers compensation attorney to advocate for you.

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