The Law Office of Ronald Mahurin is a solo practice providing injured workers with representation before the Workers Compensation Appeals Board.
Providing injured workers with representation before the WCAB, including all aspect of workers compensation, i.e. Uninsured Employer, Subsequent Injuries, Catastrophic injury, Progressive Disease.
Finding the San Francisco Bay Area to be too congested, Mr. Mahurin moved the practice to Point Arena on the Lost Coast in 2017.
Law Office of Ronald Mahurin
42500 Eureka Hill Road
Point Arena CA 95468
All fees are paid by the insurance carrier and must be approve by a WC Judge.
M-Th 9:00 to 4:00 PM
As an attorney I focus to provide the best representation I can for my clients before the Workers Compensation Appeals Board.
Solo Practice representing injured workers before the WCAB
I began my practice of law as a Criminal Defense Attorney in Fresno California with the Alternate Defense Office (ADO). Since all the attorneys in the office maintained a separate private criminal law practice and I had no experience with criminal law, I decided to practice California workers compensation because I had interned with a workers compensation defense firm in San Mateo for about a year. However, as a new attorney I did not meet the necessary requirements to receive referrals directly from insurance companies so I started representing applicants referred to my by my colleagues in the ADO. Except for a short period working as a WC Defense attorney I have maintained an applicant practice. In 2010 I partnered with Farber & Co. to represent professional athletes with workers compensation claims in California, but left the firm in 2014 after new legislation effectively gutted professional athlete workers compensation claims in California. While on occasion I have sat for deposition for Farber & Co. (Pacific Workers Comp.) I have no affiliation with the firm preferring to maintain a solo practice in Mendocino County serving northern California.
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