What Redula & Redula LLP
is doing at this time of uncertainty
Our office has had to change during this time of uncertainty. As of May 4, 2020, the County of Monterey has a Shelter-in-Place until MAY 31, 2020.
The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board has also had to change their procedures.
We understand that our clients still need our guidance and assistance.
New procedures our office has taken at this time:
1. We will confer with you directly, but not in-person. We will speak to you by telephone or email, whenever needed. If you have the ability to use web conferencing, we can do that too. Please give us your updated/current telephone number or email, so we can contact you. You can miss important deadlines if you are not giving us your correct information.
2. If you come to our office, we can only talk to you through a locked door. This is for everyone's safety; yours and ours!
3. Regarding Court appearances, the process has been constantly changing. Our office will contact you if you have an upcoming court date. Again, it is important to give us your most updated telephone and/or email address.
4. We are still appealing UR denials, speaking to insurance companies, defense attorneys and judges on your behalf.
Take care of yourselves. Together, we will get through this emergency.
Redula & Redula LLP helps injured workers who live and work in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties. We help injured workers apply for workers’ compensation benefits after work injuries - specific injuries, cumulative trauma (repetitive work injuries), psychiatric injuries, death benefits cases, subsequent injuries benefits trust fund cases (SIBTF), slip and falls, carpal tunnel syndrome.
Salinas, Monterey, Greenfield, King City, Soledad, Seaside, Marina, Del Rey Oaks, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Carmel, Carmel Valley, Gonzales, Pacific Grove, Sand City, Boronda, Pebble Beach, Spreckels, Santa Cruz, Aptos, Watsonville, Soquel, Capitola, Scotts Valley, Ben Lomond, San Juan Bautista, Hollister, Aromas