Los Angeles County Attorneys

Workers’ Compensation – Immigration – Criminal

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Los Angeles County Attorneys

Workers’ Compensation – Immigration – Criminal

Habalamos Español

Practice Areas

Criminal Law

Have you been accused of a crime? Contact us now to protect your rights. We offer free office consultations.

Immigration Law

We can help you with all types of immigration including Deferred Action, Family Based Immigration, Non-Immigrant Visas, US Citizenship, and other Immigration services.

Workers’ Compensation Law

If you get hurt or sick because of work, your employer is required by law to pay for workers’ compensation benefits. Our firm can help you navigate the complex Workers’ Compensation system so you can concentrate on your recovery.

La Puente Law Firm

LG Law Center is located in the heart of La Puente, California. Headed by the experienced and knowledgeable attorney, Luis Gonzalez. LG Law Center is here to help you navigate the complex legal system and work hard to get you results every time!

We specialize in Workers’ Compensation, Wage Law, Criminal Law, and Immigration matters. Give us a call and see how we can help you overcome your current situation.

Questions? Get a Free Consultation Appointment with the Attorney by Calling (866) 940-9744

Criminal Law

When you are charged with a crime it is a serious matter and you need an experienced California criminal defense attorney fighting for your rights. If you or a loved one have had, or has, any of the following, we can help:

DUI
Domestic Violence
Hit and Run
Unpaid Traffic Tickets
Order for your arrest, etc. ​

If you are not a US Citizen, it is especially important that you consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible, because a guilty plea or conviction could have serious immigration consequences, including potential deportation.

Immigration Law

Call us for immediate action!

We can help you with all types of immigration including:

Deferred Action
Family Based Immigration
Non-Immigrant Visas
US Citizenship
Other Immigration services

Workers Compensation Law

If you get hurt or sick because of work, your employer is required by law to pay for workers’ compensation benefits. Our firm can help you navigate the complex Workers’ Compensation system so you can concentrate on your recovery.

If you are injured on the job follow the 4 steps below to protect your rights:

1. Report the injury to your employer by telling your supervisor right away. If your injury or illness developed over time, report it as soon as you learn or believe it was caused by your job.
2. Get emergency treatment if you need it. Your employer may tell you where to go for treatment. Tell the health care provider who treats you that your injury or illness is job-related.
3. Fill out a claim form, called a DWC form 1, and give it to your employer.
4. Contact us immediately.

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