Generally, your work-comp attorney will not accept attorney fees from you or others until the very end of your work-comp claim on a contingency fee and is subject to review and approval by a Workers’ Compensation Judge.

Typically, a reasonable attorney fee will be requested (often 15%) on the monies obtained for the claimant. Attorney fees requested must be reviewed and approved by a work comp judge or commissioner. This means, the claimant need to expend no money out-of-pocket to retain highly educated legal supervision in the claimant’s best interests.

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Are you planning to file a work-comp claim? The Law Office of John Bloom can help you get the compensation you deserve. John Bloom is a renowned work-comp attorney in Santa Rosa and over the years, he has carved a niche for himself by securing favorable results for his clients. To learn more about your claim, call (707) 524-1144.