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What Is the Workers’ Compensation Process In California?

Anytime a person sustains an on-the-job injury in California, they should be entitled to various types of compensation for their losses. This includes coverage of all medical bills, travel to and from medical facilities, a portion of any lost wages, and possibly temporary or permanent disability benefits. However, the process of securing workers’ compensation benefits in California can seem daunting. Here, we want to discuss the main detail... Read More

Returning To Work After Workers Comp: When Is It Too Soon?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured at work, you should be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits in California. These benefits are designed to cover an injured worker's medical bills, a significant portion of any lost wages, and even provide temporary or permanent disability benefits depending on the severity of the injury. However, we know that many employees are just focused on getting back to work as soon as possible.... Read More

How Long Does A Workers’ Compensation Claim Take?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured in the workplace, then you should be able to receive compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and possibly temporary or permanent disability benefits. The California workers’ compensation system operates as a type of “no-fault” insurance, which means that an injured worker should be able to receive compensation regardless of who caused the incident. However, many people ask us how l... Read More

How Is A Workers’ Compensation Settlement Calculated?

Any person who sustains an on-the-job injury in California should be entitled to compensation through the state workers’ comp system. This is considered a “no-fault” insurance system where a person can receive compensation regardless of which party caused the injury. However, we receive plenty of questions about how workers’ compensation settlements are calculated. Here, we want to discuss the various factors that go into how much compensation... Read More

Can I Be Terminated While On Workers Comp in California?

If you or somebody you care about sustains an injury while at work in California, you should be entitled to compensation for your injuries, lost wages, and possible disability benefits. However, there are times when employers do not respond appropriately after an employee is injured on the job. In fact, sometimes employers terminate employees who are collecting workers’ compensation benefits. Here, we want to discuss whether or not you can be ... Read More

Spinal Cord Injuries – Part 1: Overview

Spinal cord injuries are particularly devastating to accident victims. Spine injuries affect the part of the body that controls movement and sensation, often resulting in paralysis, paraplegia, and quadriplegia. The law refers to spinal injuries as “catastrophic,” or injuries that result in long-term disability to the victim. There is no cure for spine injuries.

About 17,000 new spinal injuries occur every year, not including those who die from these injuries at the scene of the accident. At Bentley & More, LLP, we’ve helped victims with permanent damage from spinal injuries due to slip and falls, workplace accidents, car crashes, and more. Let us help you protect your financial future after a serious injury.

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Co-Founders Greg Bentley & Keith More featured as 2021 Super Lawyers

Greg Bentley & Keith More, Co-Founders of Bentley & More LLP, were recognized in the 2021 Super Lawyers publication rated as Top 50 in Orange County & Top 100 in Southern California. Both Greg & Keith are  storytellers with a winning attitude and are true champions at heart. “One of the best ways to advocate for a client is to get to know them so you can tell their story. Our role is to guide clients through an uncomfortable period in their lives, often their darkest, get full compensation for their harm, and get answers as to what happened,” Bentley says. “We are a calming influence in a relationship-building process that lasts long after the case is over,” More adds.


G R E G  B E N T L E Y

Greg is the leading litigator on E-cigarette explosion cases throughout the nation and recently obtained a confidential eight-figure settlement on behalf of a wide range of clients injured by alleged product defects with a variety of injuries. Greg knew from an early age that he wanted to be a lawyer.

“I ‘ve always chimed in when I saw something wrong. As I grew up and argued with my parents and other adults, and did so respectfully and convincingly, people would say that I should be a lawyer. I just knew it was something I wanted to do.”

Mr. Bentley’s track record reflects a career dedicated to protecting consumers. Mr. Bentley’s fight for consumers includes leadership positions in various organizations and in 2019 Mr. Bentley was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom to serve on the Orange County Judicial Selection Advisory Committee.


K E I T H  M O R E

K E I T H  M O R E

Keith has been practicing law for over 32 and still has the desire and motivation to take on the most challenging, life changing cases. He has been selected an unprecedented 4-times as the OCTLA Top Gun in Workers’ Comp.  in 2019, More arbitrated a Personal Injury & Work Comp cross-over case to the tune of 44.1 million dollars. Keith also knew from an early age that he would find a career in the law.

“I have always wanted to be a lawyer ever since I was eight years old. My parents went through a brutal divorce and from then on, I wanted to help people. I also used to stay up late and watch Perry Mason and that inspired me as well.”

Beyond the personal accolades, however, is a lawyer who cares about those he represents. For one 22 year old tetraplegic whose spinal cord injuries resulted from his unprotected fall through a sky light, attorney Keith P. More obtained a settlement of $14.7 million, the largest award in California workers’ compensation history. Over his 32 year career, Keith has taken on some of the largest corporations in the world. Besides the in court awards, Keith is most proud of his ability to connect with his clients. It’s not just about being the lawyer. It’s about being their voice and telling their story. Keith goes the extra mile.

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