Joel M Geller, Esquire
Attorney at Law
Practicing Law Since 1985
Joel M Geller, Esq
BA York University, Ontario Canada
Western State University College of Law (Aka Thomas Jefferson Law School) class of 85.
State Bar Of California, State Bar of Montana, Federal District Courts of California.
California State Bar # 121762
When it Comes Time for Your Worker’s Compensation Settlement,
I have been dedicated to fighting for the Truly Injured Workers Benefits for over 30 years.
The benefits that an Injured Worker can receive if they are injured at work are:
Over the years Workers Compensation has been under legislative attack and the Injured Workers the BENEFITS have been greatly reduced and made much more difficult to receive.
As a result, in many cases, it now makes more sense for an Injured Worker to settle their benefits for a Lump Sum Cash payment and take control of their treatment and life again.
Once the case is settled in this manner the Injured Worker is free to access their medical insurance as the injury is now viewed as a pre-existing condition which, under Obama Care, cannot be refused by private health insurance.
Why Choose Us
Honest and Expert Lawyer
With 30 years under my belt you can be sure I provide that expertise and experience. I consider it an honor to advise and counsel you and to represent you in your Worker’s Compensation case.
I am happy to provide a free consultation with no time limit.
Over 30 Years of Litigation
I assure you that our meeting will be 100% confidential with no obligation or pressure to retain me as I am happy to educate you about your legal rights for free.
The Law Comes First
Over the years Workers Compensation has been under legislative attack and the Injured Workers the BENEFITS have been greatly reduced and made much more difficult to receive
I handle each case I take personally and I always return e-mail’s and phone calls.
Committed to Excellence
Workers’ Compensation settlements can have very complex issues that must be resolved before settlement can take place. Sometimes settlement cannot occur until after trial.
Worker’s Compensation Settlement