Premier Workers' Compensation And
Personal Injury Representation

Personalized Guidance Through The Compensation Legal Process

A work injury can change everything. You may be in severe pain and unable to work, with substantial medical expenses to pay. You are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits under the California Workers’ Compensation Act if you are injured on the job. At the Tracy and Fremont law offices of Raymond E. Frost & Associates, we offer highly skilled, compassionate legal representation for work-related injury victims. We can help navigate the claims process so you can focus on your recovery.

Working Hard For You After A Work Injury

Don’t trust your claim to just any attorney, choose our reputable personal injury firm in Alameda County with over 40 years of history representing clients injured on the job. We help the injured move forward with solid representation, deep compassion and a commitment to getting results. We handle injuries to police, firemen, health care workers, warehouse employees and any occupation where an injury has occurred.

We advocate for range of workplace injury claims, including:

We understand that monetary compensation is no replacement for your health, but a settlement can help cover accumulating medical expenses and other difficulties. Our guidance includes start-to-finish representation, from initial claims filing to pursuing third-party compensation if another party is liable for your accident.

Learn More About How To Receive Compensation

If you have been injured on the job, learn your options. Complete our quick contact form or call us at 209-734-6972 to arrange a free consultation with a workers’ compensation lawyer. Our thorough yet personalized touch can help you every step of the way.

We assist with injuries occurring on the job, including, but not limited to, spine, shoulder and knee injuries, carpal tunnel and repetitive stress injuries, RSD, catastrophic injuries, heart and lung injuries, and death claims.

Hurt On The Job? What Is Workers’ Compensation?

  • Workers’ Compensation is a “no‑fault” legal system designed to provide limited benefits to employees injured at work.
  • You do not have to prove that your employer or a co‑worker did something to cause your injury and the employer cannot dispute your injury by claiming that your injury was caused by your own carelessness or recklessness.
  • There are basically two types of work injuries ‑‑ specific or cumulative. Examples of a specific injury: hurting your back in a fall or lifting a heavy object or getting hurt in a car accident while making a delivery or sales call. Examples of a cumulative injury: hurting your hand, back, or other part of the body from doing the same motion over and over such as assembly or warehouse work, repetitive computer work or keyboarding or cancer from a constant exposure to certain chemicals.
  • Workers’ Compensation benefits are limited by law and include reasonable medical care for your injury, temporary disability indemnity while you are off work because of your injury, permanent disability indemnity when your injury stabilizes and return‑to‑work indemnity if your injury precludes you from returning to you job.
  • Attorney fees are set by law and range from 9% to 15% of any settlement or award. Fees must be approved by a Judge and if there is no settlement or award, there is no fee. There are also no court costs.