Bonnie Binder Wilson, Workers' Compensation attorney in Salinas, California. After 22 years as a Workers' Compensation defense attorney, Bonnie has a vast knowledge of the work comp system and can well represent your needs. Our office is located at 21 Maple Street in Salinas, CA 93901.  Bonnie is a Certified Workers' Compensation Specialist. Call (831) 269-3787 for an appointment for your complimentary consultation.

     Bonnie Binder Wilson has practiced workers' compensation for over 30 years. She was a defense attorney for 22 years and was the managing partner of the Salinas office of Hanna, Brophy, MacLean, McAleer & Jensen, LLP. Her experience includes defense of Labor Code section 132a, Serious & Willful as well as Third Party Suits.

      Bonnie is a California Certified Workers' Compensation Law Specialist. CA Specialization Logo

     Bonnie Wilson obtained her Bachelor's degree from Washington State University, a master's degree from Chapman University, a fifth year from UCLA and her Juris Doctorate from Monterey College of Law.

     In 2000, Bonnie served as president of the California Worker's Compensation Defense Attorneys' Association, and in 1999 and 2007, she served as the president of the Northern California Worker's Compensation Defense Attorneys' Association. In addition, she was the co-chair of the Workers' Compensation Section of the Monterey County Bar Association and a frequent speaker in the area of workers' compensation.

     In 2009, Bonnie was the 9th attorney to ever receive the Warren L. Hanna Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Workers' Compensation Defense Attorneys Association.

     Bonnie received four distinguished Rotarian Awards while a member of the Salinas Rotary Club between 1995 and 1999.

     Bonnie Binder Wilson and Meredith Wisler founded the law firm of Wilson & Wisler based upon the principle of placing your needs first by putting our legal expertise in your corner.

If you select Wilson & Wisler you will receive sincere care about your medical condition.

     In an attempt to keep in close contact with you during your recovery we forward all correspondence by email in response to the situations that arise in workers’ compensation. This keeps you in front of all activities occurring with your case.

 If you have missed time from work or cannot return to work because of your injury you may need a lawyer.

     Representation by an attorney in a Worker’s Compensation case is a great legal bargain with the fee in your workers' compensation case set by State law at a maximum of 15% of certain benefits usually only from the permanent disability awarded. A judge must approve the fee.

     If you recover nothing, the attorney does not receive a fee.

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