Over 23 years of representing Injured Workers in Southern California.
Welcome to the Law Offices of Edward J. Singer, a law firm that represents applicants in Southern California Workers’ Compensation cases. With more than 23 years of experience in Workers’ Compensation cases, Attorney Edward J. Singer has deep knowledge of the law regarding workplace injuries, employer negligence, and on the job accidents. When you are looking for a Workers’ Compensation attorney, our firm is here to help.
Attorney Edward Singer and Attorney Alan I. Cyrlin provide representation to injured workers throughout Southern California. We welcome all workers who have been hurt on the job and seek legal representation to obtain workers’ compensation benefits. The Law Offices of Edward J. Singer represents workers throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Kern, Ventura, San Diego and Fresno Counties.
The Law Offices of Edward J. Singer, A Professional Corporation, also provides assistance to disabled clients who are looking to obtain Social Security Disability benefits. The Firm additionally works in coordination with other law firms to help government employees receive their disability pensions.
How a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Can Help
Clients seeking benefits for workplace injuries often wonder how a workers’ compensation attorney can help their case. In our experience, Workers’ Compensation matters are both highly complex and time consuming. Let us do the heavy lifting by researching the facts of your case, filing legal materials, identifying expert witnesses to testify on your behalf, and helping you to get the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled. Attorney Singer has taken many workers’ compensation cases to trial over the last 23 years, making case law in many instances. Our firm is not afraid to take your case to trial to win you benefits.
Learn more about how a workers’ compensation attorney can help you obtain a workers’ compensation benefits through a free consultation. To schedule your free consultation, contact us today at 310-664-9000 ext 101 or 562-860-4200 ext 101.
Disclosure required by Labor Code Section 5432
“Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.”