Workers’ compensation insurance is a no-fault insurance system designed to provide benefits to injured workers. If an employee suffers an injury on the job, the employer is liable for the employee’s temporary disability benefits, medical expenses, permanent disability benefits for any long-term effects of the injury and, potentially, a voucher to obtain vocational rehabilitation services.
CalChamber would like to thank Victor Andersen for his contribution to the Workers’ Compensation section of the HR Library.
Victor Andersen is a partner at Finnegan, Marks, Theofel & Desmond, a practice specializing in workers’ compensation law. Mr. Andersen has practiced workers’ compensation law for 27 years.
More information on Mr. Andersen and Finnegan, Marks, Theofel & Desmond can be found on the
law firm’s website.