"If we don’t win your case, you pay no fees.

Joseph Kritzer, Attoney at Law / Workers’ Comp Specialist
2790 Skypark Drive Suite 100 Torrance, CA 90505 Directions
se habla Español

"If we don’t win your case, you pay no fees. Ever!"

2790 Skypark Drive Suite 100 Torrance, CA 90505 Directions


workers’ comp rights
Workers' Compensation

California’s Workers’ Compensation Laws: What You Need To Know

California workers’ comp laws provide protections for employees who sustain injuries on the job. In general, employers are required to obtain worker’s compensation insurance coverage for California employees. Employees’ have workers’ comp rights, such as the right to receive compensation for injuries and the right to pursue a workers’ compensation

Read Full Article »
workers’ comp claims
Workers' Comp

Denied Workers’ Comp Claims: Common Mistakes To Avoid

When employees in California are injured at work, they are typically protected by their employers’ workers’ compensation policies. This often gives injured employees a false sense of security that they will be compensated for their injuries. Insurance carriers are required to provide workers’ comp benefits pursuant to insurance policy terms.

Read Full Article »
slip and fall injuries
Slip And Fall Injuries

Occupational Industries With Frequent Slip And Fall Injuries

Following car accident fatalities, falls are a leading cause of death and injury in the workplace, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even when falls are not fatal, workers’ compensation attorney, Joseph Kritzer knows that injuries from slips and falls at work can be significant and costly.

Read Full Article »
insurance companies
Insurance Companies

How To Handle Insurance Companies During The Workers’ Comp Process

With few exceptions, employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance for California employees. Workers’ compensation benefits are meant to protect employees who have sustained injuries on the job. Unfortunately, insurance companies can be challenging to deal with, and they can make financial recovery difficult for injured employees. Attorney Joseph

Read Full Article »
workplace injuries

What To Do When Workplace Injuries Are Delayed

In California, employees are expected to report accidents and seek medical treatment within 30 days of an accident and injuries when possible. Attorney Joseph Kritzer knows, however, that sometimes injuries are not immediately apparent after an accident and symptoms do not begin to appear until a later date. Delayed onset

Read Full Article »
construction accidents
Construction Accidents

Most Frequent Construction Accidents & What To Do

According to the United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the construction industry is one with many hazards. With activities that can increase the risk of a fall from a rooftop, injury from unguarded machinery, exposure to silica dust and asbestos, it is no surprise that

Read Full Article »