Lawyers

  • Deepak Gupta
    Deepak Gupta

    Sr.Associate

    B.Com M.Com. LL.B

    deepak.gupta@astrealegal.com

    Expertise Licence and Registration, Labour and Employment,Termination,,Administrative Law ,Family Laws

  • Pradeep Rihal
    Pradeep Rihal

    Associate

    B.Com. LL.B, LL.M.

    psrihal@astrealegal.com

    Expertise Legal Due Diligence, Work Permits, Credit, Risk Assesment, Security Fraud, Debt recovery, Defamation, Election Laws, Tribunals, Land Laws, Administrative Laws, Insurance, Work Permits, Extradition & Asylum, Forest laws, Corruption and Bribery Laws, Perjury.

45183013Workers compensation is an insurance system which give employees cash benefit and/or medical care in lieu of injuries suffered as a result of their employment while performing job-related duties assigned to them. Compensation for workers in India varies depending on the size of the company. If the business employees more than 20 employees, the Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 applies. Under this act, employees and the company pay toward an insurance benefit in case of injury. When a workplace injury occurs, the injured employee is able to avail of both medical and financial support. If the business employs less than 20 people, the company must refer to the Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923. This act outlines methods for providing compensation to employees injured on the job. Mostly insurance companies and employers tend to get rid of their liability to ensure workers compensation to the employees by making false claims. In such situation, legal assistance is much needed which strategically simplifies the process of recovery of such worker’s compensations. Our services includes to recover their benefits arising out from the injuries suffered during their employment, thereby protecting and enforcing their rights.
Our services in this practice area includes:
·         Representing injured workers/employees in worker’s compensation litigation
·         Consultation on analysing claim and type of injury
·         Third-party claims
·         Fraud and misrepresentation claims etc.