Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Attorneys

 

From the filing of workers’ compensation or personal injury claim through the entire litigation process, Nordanyan Law aggressively pursues maximum benefit recovery and represents the injured individuals best interests in a timely and effective manner. Our objective for each client is to obtain the appropriate medical care necessary, and, ultimately, negotiate the most favorable settlement, or prevail at trial.

Nordanyan Law has recovered tens of millions of dollars for our clients.

Our law firm’s members are sensitive to the plight of the injured. As a result, we provide caring and thoughtful representation to all of our clients.

It is important that you act immediately and preserve all of your rights. The insurance companies would like nothing more than for you to forget to open a claim or have the statute of limitations run, thereby barring your claim completely.

 

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Recent Blog Posts

Getting Immediate Medical Attention and Why It Is Important to Your Case

If you are injured on the job, do not wait!  Getting immediate medical attention not only protects your health and well being, but it also creates a record of your injury in case the employer later denies that you were injured on the job.  If you designated a primary treating physician before your injury, you may be able to get treatment with your doctor.  read more…

What should I do if I fell off of a ladder at work?

If you fell off of a ladder at work you should immediately notify your employer of your injuries. Employer does not simply mean co-workers but rather someone in a position of authority, such as foreman, supervisor or human resources.  Though you can notify them verbally of your fall, you should send a written notice within 30 days of the injury so that there is no dispute on whether you timely notified your employer. You can find the Department of Workers Compensation Claim Form hereread more…

What should I do if I injured my back on the job?

If you injured your back on the job there are several steps you should take. The first and most important step is to immediately notify your employer of your back injury.   Though you can notify them verbally of your back injury, you should send a written notice within 30 days of the injury so that there is no dispute on whether you timely notified your employer.  It is not enough to tell your coworkers that you are injured. read more…

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