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Havens, Robert S.

3580 WILSHIRE BOULEVARDSuite 1800LOS ANGELES, CA 90010

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Updated: 09/30/2016

Overview

Robert S. Havens is a law firm specializing in representing the injured worker before the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board and the Vocational Rehabilitation Unit of the Director of Industrial Relations. Our offices are located in the Promenade Building of the Marina City Club directly on the water overlooking the Marina. Clients and attorneys alike, find it a pleasant experience to visit our office.

Robert S. Havens is an attorney certified by the California Bar...

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Practice Areas

  • Employment Law -- Employee
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
  • Workers' Compensation Law

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Address

3580 WILSHIRE BOULEVARDSuite 1800LOS ANGELES, CA 90010

Fax

  • 213.417.9832

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