Southern California's Building Trades News Recognizes Rodich Law

November 23, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
For over a quarter century, the Law Offices of Gary R. Rodich have provided experienced legal representation to injured workers throughout the Southern California region. Now that experience has been recognized, in a feature, in Building Trades News — L.A. and Orange County's source for construction industry and construction worker news. Click on the link for more information on a Los Angeles workers compensation attorney.

Rodich law has a history of aggressively fighting for benefits, money, and compensation, resulting in large awards for their clients.

Part of the article recognized the help that Rodich law has provided to thousands of individuals in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Click on the link for more information on a Los Angeles workers compensation lawyer. These individuals have become disabled and can no longer work due to injury, illness or medical conditions which have developed due to repetitive work. Rodich law's court appearances have resulted in large awards and settlements for their clients.

As underscored by the article in Building Trades News, any injured worker — union or non-union, alike — thinking of filing a Workers' Comp or Social Security claim should contact Rodich law for a no-cost initial consultation. They do not collect attorney's fees unless they win their case. For more information, visit

About Rodich Law
For over 25 years, Rodich Law has built a solid reputation for successfully representing police and sheriff officers, firefighters, construction laborers, hospital workers, teachers, and those in the entertainment field, all over Southern California. Click on the link for more information on California workers compensation law. Representing both union and non-union workers, the firm specializes in representing individuals who are seriously harmed by work injuries, automobile accidents, defective products, and all other situations where serious injury has occurred. For more information, visit or contact (818) 888-3000