About Greggory M. Field
I am a State Bar Certified Specialist in Workers' Compensation and the Past President of the Southern California Applicants’ Attorneys’ Association. I’ve dedicated my career to helping injured workers' and their families for over 14 years navigate the complicated process of workers compensation and pursue all of the benefits due to them. I handle all size cases from catastrophic injuries requiring lifelong future medical care to minor injuries where the injured worker just needs someone to help monitor the case. I represent all kinds of workers, including construction workers, drivers, truck drivers, loaders and unloaders, nurses, teachers and teacher aids, police officers, airline workers, secretaries and office clerks, retail workers and more. I am recognized as a Super Lawyer for Workers’ Compensation in Los Angeles and was selected in 2017, 2016 and 2015 as a Southern California “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers, an award that is given to only 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state.
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I earned my J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law and my B.A. in psychology from University of California, Santa Barbara, where I served as president of my fraternity. I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and now live in Los Angeles with my beautiful wife and daughter. In my free time I volunteer as a youth sports coach for basketball and football and have been doing so for over 20 years.
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- Certified Legal Specialist in Workers Compensation
- Over 14 years of legal expertise
- Southern California Applicants Attorneys’ Association - Past President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary
- Accepted to the State Bar of California in 2003
- Conversational Spanish
- Available by cell phone and text to clients
Areas of Practice
An amputation is the loss of a body part, most often arms, legs, fingers, hands, toes, or feet. When a body part is severed in an accident it is called a traumatic amputation.
Fork lift accidents are a common cause of work related injuries often leading to severe and chronic pain.
By their very nature, construction sites are dangerous, and those working at them are at risk of being accident victims.
A catastrophic injury is one where the consequences of the injury permanently prevent an individual from performing any gainful work. In other words, after suffering a catastrophic injury, the...
Spinal cord injuries are catastrophic, life-changing traumatic injuries that affect the lives of the injured worker and their loved ones forever. Spinal cord injuries are not the same thing as a...
Wrongful Death cases are cases that caused the death of injured worker. In a workers’ compensation case, the death/injury need not be caused by someone else since it is a no fault system.
A traumatic brain injury can change the life of a person forever. Injuries to the brain are unlike any other type of injury and are not always detected by CT scans and x-rays.
Cumulative trauma injuries often occur from work activities which over a period of time result in a painful or disabling medical condition.
Lifting accidents are a very common type of work injury. Lifting injuries are common with construction workers, warehouse workers, nurses and hospital staff, administrative personnel, retail workers...
Slip and fall and trip and fall injuries are extremely common in the work place. Slip and fall and trip and fall accidents occur when a person slips, trips falls
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Being struck by a falling object can have serious consequences to a worker injured on the job and is one of the most common specific injuries in the workplace.
Toxic exposure cases can have a devastating effect on the injured workers and family. These can cause injuries to the respiratory/pulmonary system, neurological system, cardiovascular system and more.
Assault in the work place does unfortunately occur and an injured worker is entitled to claim benefits. When that assault was caused from a patient or student or a robbery it is more obvious.
Stress stemming from the workplace can cause debilitating conditions, strokes, heart attacks and in the most severe cases, death.
Honors & Awards
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California State Bar Certified Specialist in Workers Compensation
Graduated Southwestern Law School
Graduated University of California Santa Barbara