The Leader in Workers' Compensation Litigation





Welcome to the Law Office of Richard L. Montarbo, entering our third decade as your Workers’ Compensation Defense source. Our goal is simply to provide the most aggressive representation of Insurance Carriers, Self-Insured Employers, and Public Entities in the Workers’ Compensation Industry.  We balance our aggressive representation with our experience and knowledge which results in the highest quality of legal representation.

     The Law Office of Richard L. Montarbo provides representation exclusively to defendants in Workers’ Compensation matters throughout the State of California. Our firm is committed not only to providing an aggressive representation of defendants in Workers’ Compensation Matters, but also providing the best educational programs for the claims industry, attorneys, judges, and physicians in the Workers’ Compensation Industry. Our educational programs include “Current Issues – Workers’ Compensation Seminar” held the third Friday in March of each year at The Citizen Hotel, downtown Sacramento.  Additionally, our firm offers “Current Issues with Coffee”, with alternate topics three times per year.

Every Claim Manager, Supervisor and Adjuster in the Workers’ Compensation Industry is aware that education is not only a requirement of the position, but a key for advancement. Our educational program sets the standard for the industry. For the past two decades our office has sponsored “Current Issues – Workers’ Compensation Seminars”. For all our conferences click on the link below.


Be a part of getting the announcement of the CompCalc Plus out to the Workers' Compensation Community statewide by texting this YouTube link to as many people as possible.


Get it on Google Play            Windows Version ComCalc           

Every claims person in the Workers’ Compensation Industry can benefit from “Current Issues with Coffee” which  is an educational offering provided to firm clients with topics changing two times per year (spring and fall). This year includes Compensable Consequences and Labor Code 4660.1 (Winter) and Lien Procedures and the UR-IMR Process (Fall). See available current issues.

The Leader in Workers' Compensation Litigation