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California Workers Compensation Attorneys

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC

Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC

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California Workers Compensation Attorneys

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

Firm Overview

Work-related injuries can have a significant impact on both your physical and emotional well-being. In addition to the healing process your body will have to go through, you have to deal with feelings of shame and embarrassment that come from being unable to work. You must also deal with the added stress that comes from trying to figure out how you will be able to pay your bills while you cannot perform your job.

When you face these issues, you should turn to the experienced legal team at the Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC. Since 1977, we have served as forceful and effective advocates for thousands of clients in Los Angeles and throughout California. Our team will work tirelessly to get you the compensation you need to pay for your recovery and restore your dignity.

Main Office

Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC
4661 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019

Phone

(888) 888-5678

Fees
Office Information
Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC
Barry H. Hinden

PROFILE
Admitted to practice in 1974, Barry Harris Hinden has been protecting the rights and dignity of injured workers for 35 years. Currently, he is an officer for the California Applicants Attorneys Association. He has authored over 75 books or publications and has conducted more than 100 seminars teaching the principles of Workers' Compensation. He is an adjunct professor at Southwestern University, an arbitrator, and judge pro tem. As the founding and managing partner of Hinden & Breslavsky, his passion is helping to restore honor and self-esteem to those whose occupations and lives have been altered due to an industrial injury.

SELCECTED TO:
Southern California Super Lawyers 2009

EXPERIENCE
1974 to present: Trial Attorney/Managing Partner for The Injured Worker's Attorneys.

HONORS AND ACTIVITES
Judge Pro Tem - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Arbitrator - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Founding Advisory Board Member - California State University, Pomona Workers' Compensation Certificate Program
Lecturer for lawyers, doctors and insurance representatives
Education Chairman - Southern California Applicant's Attorney Association, 1997, 1998
Who's Who in American Law, 1996, 1997
Who's Who in America Colleges and Universities
Elected Representative - Mid-City Recovery Redevelopment P.A.C., City of Los Angeles
Vice President, National Kidney Foundation
Vice President, Temple Emanuel, Beverly Hills
President, Temple Emanuel Brotherhood
Vice President, Westside Jewish Community Center
Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity
President, Blue Key National Honor Society
President Tan Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society
President, graduating class, California State University, Northridge
Master Mason - Ionic Lodge
Marathon Runner (completed Los Angeles and New York)

ASSOCIATIONS
California State Bar Association
California Applicant's Attorney Association
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Mid-City Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Association
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Lawyers Club of Los Angeles

EDUCATION
1974: J.D., Southwestern University School of Law

1970: B.A., Psychology, California State University, Northridge

1970: Los Angeles City College

1961: Fairfax High School

PUBLICATIONS
1. Recognizing and Handling the Collateral Issues to the Workers' Compensation Claim.
2. Understanding Normal Issues - Bank to the Basics.
3. Handling Workers' Compensation Cases under the 1993 Reform Acts - Applicant Attorney's Procedure
4. Medical Office Procedures under the 1993 Reform Acts.
5. The Post-Termination Claim - Due Process v. Public Policy.
6. Billing for Treatment Collection of Medical-Legal Liens and the Admissibility of Your Reports.
7. Medical Control 1994
8. How to Practice Workers' Compensation Under Senate Bill 31.
9. How to Effectively Prosecute Your Liens.
10. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Employee-Selected Physicians Outline.
11. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Applicant Attorney's Outline.
12. Seeing a New Patient in 1994.
13. Surviving the Storm of Reform.
14. Medical Control Revisited
15. Advanced Workers' Compensation in California, 1997
16. Workers' Compensation in California, 1998
17. Preparing Your Client for Trial, 1998

Hobbies
Running, sports, cross-country skiing, golf, baseball cards, travel

Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC
Barry H. Hinden

PROFILE
Admitted to practice in 1974, Barry Harris Hinden has been protecting the rights and dignity of injured workers for 35 years. Currently, he is an officer for the California Applicants Attorneys Association. He has authored over 75 books or publications and has conducted more than 100 seminars teaching the principles of Workers' Compensation. He is an adjunct professor at Southwestern University, an arbitrator, and judge pro tem. As the founding and managing partner of Hinden & Breslavsky, his passion is helping to restore honor and self-esteem to those whose occupations and lives have been altered due to an industrial injury.

SELCECTED TO:
Southern California Super Lawyers 2009

EXPERIENCE
1974 to present: Trial Attorney/Managing Partner for The Injured Worker's Attorneys.

HONORS AND ACTIVITES
Judge Pro Tem - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Arbitrator - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Founding Advisory Board Member - California State University, Pomona Workers' Compensation Certificate Program
Lecturer for lawyers, doctors and insurance representatives
Education Chairman - Southern California Applicant's Attorney Association, 1997, 1998
Who's Who in American Law, 1996, 1997
Who's Who in America Colleges and Universities
Elected Representative - Mid-City Recovery Redevelopment P.A.C., City of Los Angeles
Vice President, National Kidney Foundation
Vice President, Temple Emanuel, Beverly Hills
President, Temple Emanuel Brotherhood
Vice President, Westside Jewish Community Center
Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity
President, Blue Key National Honor Society
President Tan Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society
President, graduating class, California State University, Northridge
Master Mason - Ionic Lodge
Marathon Runner (completed Los Angeles and New York)

ASSOCIATIONS
California State Bar Association
California Applicant's Attorney Association
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Mid-City Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Association
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Lawyers Club of Los Angeles

EDUCATION
1974: J.D., Southwestern University School of Law

1970: B.A., Psychology, California State University, Northridge

1970: Los Angeles City College

1961: Fairfax High School

PUBLICATIONS
1. Recognizing and Handling the Collateral Issues to the Workers' Compensation Claim.
2. Understanding Normal Issues - Bank to the Basics.
3. Handling Workers' Compensation Cases under the 1993 Reform Acts - Applicant Attorney's Procedure
4. Medical Office Procedures under the 1993 Reform Acts.
5. The Post-Termination Claim - Due Process v. Public Policy.
6. Billing for Treatment Collection of Medical-Legal Liens and the Admissibility of Your Reports.
7. Medical Control 1994
8. How to Practice Workers' Compensation Under Senate Bill 31.
9. How to Effectively Prosecute Your Liens.
10. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Employee-Selected Physicians Outline.
11. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Applicant Attorney's Outline.
12. Seeing a New Patient in 1994.
13. Surviving the Storm of Reform.
14. Medical Control Revisited
15. Advanced Workers' Compensation in California, 1997
16. Workers' Compensation in California, 1998
17. Preparing Your Client for Trial, 1998

Hobbies
Running, sports, cross-country skiing, golf, baseball cards, travel

Firm Overview

Work-related injuries can have a significant impact on both your physical and emotional well-being. In addition to the healing process your body will have to go through, you have to deal with feelings of shame and embarrassment that come from being unable to work. You must also deal with the added stress that comes from trying to figure out how you will be able to pay your bills while you cannot perform your job.

When you face these issues, you should turn to the experienced legal team at the Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC. Since 1977, we have served as forceful and effective advocates for thousands of clients in Los Angeles and throughout California. Our team will work tirelessly to get you the compensation you need to pay for your recovery and restore your dignity.

Main Office

Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC
4661 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019

Phone

(888) 888-5678

Fees
Office Information
Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC
Barry H. Hinden

PROFILE
Admitted to practice in 1974, Barry Harris Hinden has been protecting the rights and dignity of injured workers for 35 years. Currently, he is an officer for the California Applicants Attorneys Association. He has authored over 75 books or publications and has conducted more than 100 seminars teaching the principles of Workers' Compensation. He is an adjunct professor at Southwestern University, an arbitrator, and judge pro tem. As the founding and managing partner of Hinden & Breslavsky, his passion is helping to restore honor and self-esteem to those whose occupations and lives have been altered due to an industrial injury.

SELCECTED TO:
Southern California Super Lawyers 2009

EXPERIENCE
1974 to present: Trial Attorney/Managing Partner for The Injured Worker's Attorneys.

HONORS AND ACTIVITES
Judge Pro Tem - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Arbitrator - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Founding Advisory Board Member - California State University, Pomona Workers' Compensation Certificate Program
Lecturer for lawyers, doctors and insurance representatives
Education Chairman - Southern California Applicant's Attorney Association, 1997, 1998
Who's Who in American Law, 1996, 1997
Who's Who in America Colleges and Universities
Elected Representative - Mid-City Recovery Redevelopment P.A.C., City of Los Angeles
Vice President, National Kidney Foundation
Vice President, Temple Emanuel, Beverly Hills
President, Temple Emanuel Brotherhood
Vice President, Westside Jewish Community Center
Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity
President, Blue Key National Honor Society
President Tan Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society
President, graduating class, California State University, Northridge
Master Mason - Ionic Lodge
Marathon Runner (completed Los Angeles and New York)

ASSOCIATIONS
California State Bar Association
California Applicant's Attorney Association
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Mid-City Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Association
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Lawyers Club of Los Angeles

EDUCATION
1974: J.D., Southwestern University School of Law

1970: B.A., Psychology, California State University, Northridge

1970: Los Angeles City College

1961: Fairfax High School

PUBLICATIONS
1. Recognizing and Handling the Collateral Issues to the Workers' Compensation Claim.
2. Understanding Normal Issues - Bank to the Basics.
3. Handling Workers' Compensation Cases under the 1993 Reform Acts - Applicant Attorney's Procedure
4. Medical Office Procedures under the 1993 Reform Acts.
5. The Post-Termination Claim - Due Process v. Public Policy.
6. Billing for Treatment Collection of Medical-Legal Liens and the Admissibility of Your Reports.
7. Medical Control 1994
8. How to Practice Workers' Compensation Under Senate Bill 31.
9. How to Effectively Prosecute Your Liens.
10. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Employee-Selected Physicians Outline.
11. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Applicant Attorney's Outline.
12. Seeing a New Patient in 1994.
13. Surviving the Storm of Reform.
14. Medical Control Revisited
15. Advanced Workers' Compensation in California, 1997
16. Workers' Compensation in California, 1998
17. Preparing Your Client for Trial, 1998

Hobbies
Running, sports, cross-country skiing, golf, baseball cards, travel

Law Offices of Hinden & Breslavsky, APC
Barry H. Hinden

PROFILE
Admitted to practice in 1974, Barry Harris Hinden has been protecting the rights and dignity of injured workers for 35 years. Currently, he is an officer for the California Applicants Attorneys Association. He has authored over 75 books or publications and has conducted more than 100 seminars teaching the principles of Workers' Compensation. He is an adjunct professor at Southwestern University, an arbitrator, and judge pro tem. As the founding and managing partner of Hinden & Breslavsky, his passion is helping to restore honor and self-esteem to those whose occupations and lives have been altered due to an industrial injury.

SELCECTED TO:
Southern California Super Lawyers 2009

EXPERIENCE
1974 to present: Trial Attorney/Managing Partner for The Injured Worker's Attorneys.

HONORS AND ACTIVITES
Judge Pro Tem - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Arbitrator - Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
Founding Advisory Board Member - California State University, Pomona Workers' Compensation Certificate Program
Lecturer for lawyers, doctors and insurance representatives
Education Chairman - Southern California Applicant's Attorney Association, 1997, 1998
Who's Who in American Law, 1996, 1997
Who's Who in America Colleges and Universities
Elected Representative - Mid-City Recovery Redevelopment P.A.C., City of Los Angeles
Vice President, National Kidney Foundation
Vice President, Temple Emanuel, Beverly Hills
President, Temple Emanuel Brotherhood
Vice President, Westside Jewish Community Center
Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity
President, Blue Key National Honor Society
President Tan Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society
President, graduating class, California State University, Northridge
Master Mason - Ionic Lodge
Marathon Runner (completed Los Angeles and New York)

ASSOCIATIONS
California State Bar Association
California Applicant's Attorney Association
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Mid-City Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Association
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Lawyers Club of Los Angeles

EDUCATION
1974: J.D., Southwestern University School of Law

1970: B.A., Psychology, California State University, Northridge

1970: Los Angeles City College

1961: Fairfax High School

PUBLICATIONS
1. Recognizing and Handling the Collateral Issues to the Workers' Compensation Claim.
2. Understanding Normal Issues - Bank to the Basics.
3. Handling Workers' Compensation Cases under the 1993 Reform Acts - Applicant Attorney's Procedure
4. Medical Office Procedures under the 1993 Reform Acts.
5. The Post-Termination Claim - Due Process v. Public Policy.
6. Billing for Treatment Collection of Medical-Legal Liens and the Admissibility of Your Reports.
7. Medical Control 1994
8. How to Practice Workers' Compensation Under Senate Bill 31.
9. How to Effectively Prosecute Your Liens.
10. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Employee-Selected Physicians Outline.
11. Review and Update Rules and Procedures, Applicant Attorney's Outline.
12. Seeing a New Patient in 1994.
13. Surviving the Storm of Reform.
14. Medical Control Revisited
15. Advanced Workers' Compensation in California, 1997
16. Workers' Compensation in California, 1998
17. Preparing Your Client for Trial, 1998

Hobbies
Running, sports, cross-country skiing, golf, baseball cards, travel

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in California and has no record of discipline from the California bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.