Workers' Compensation Claims Involving Psychiatric Injuries

Psychiatric injuries are quite prevalent, especially in jobs where high tension or conflict is present. Prolonged exposure to abusive situations can also constitute as a psychiatric injury. The important thing to remember is that if you are unsure of whether or not you have a claim, you should talk to a lawyer about your situation.

Focused almost exclusively in the area of work injury claims, Uriarte & Carr, LLP, has a well-developed legal practice. Our partnering attorneys are both certified specialists in the area of workers' compensation law and have a concrete reputation within the legal community. We focus on getting results for our clients that help make a difference.

Mental Stress And Mental Injury Claims

Mental injury claims are most common in situations where an individual is exposed to demanding, abusive situations. This could be a teacher who is exposed to stress from being in situations involving dangerous students, bank tellers who are involved in robberies at gunpoint, jobs where attacks or break-ins have occurred, and more.

If you are suffering from a psychiatric injury, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Without legal advice from an attorney, you risk losing out on getting the benefits you deserve and worsening your mental or psychiatric condition because of continued exposure to your situation. The sooner you come to our firm to discuss your situation, the sooner we can conduct an investigation of your situation and determine if we can help.

Contact The Lawyers At Uriarte & Carr, LLP

To schedule an appointment with us, please call 510-899-9095 or 866-429-3323. If you prefer, you can contact us online by filling out a short contact form. Our firm is located in Oakland and we handle cases throughout the surrounding California areas. Appointments can be scheduled at a time that is convenient for you. Hablamos español.