Seeking Compensation For Worker Injuries

When an employee is injured at work, he or she may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Under California workers' compensation laws, workers must be honest about the injury, not work for cash for another party and follow other rules. Innocent people can commit workers' compensation fraud and risk serious penalties for their unintentional crimes.

In San Diego, lawyer Scott C. Williams has more than 30 years of experience as a prosecutor and defense attorney. He can talk to you about your options and begin protecting your rights immediately. If you face workers' compensation fraud charges in Southern California, turn to the Law Offices of Scott C. Williams. We can protect your rights throughout the process and seek the best possible outcome on your behalf.

Contact our San Diego office today to schedule a free initial consultation and start protecting your rights.

We Know How False Allegations Can Occur

Workers' compensation fraud is a type of white collar crime. Examples of workers' compensation fraud can include:

  • Working for cash while disabled and not reporting the income
  • Claiming that your injury happened at work or is work-related when it is not
  • Claiming to be injured when you are not
  • Lying about symptoms

As with other types of fraud charges, workers' compensation fraud can result in serious consequences upon conviction. Our law firm is dedicated to minimizing the consequences of the charges and protecting your rights, freedom and future.

Talk To Scott C. Williams Today. We Are Available 24/7.

With the proper defense, you can protect your rights, avoid jail or prison and minimize the consequences of a workers' compensation fraud charge. We answer your calls to 619-573-4952 in person 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and do in-jail visits at our San Diego office. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.