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Inna Bimits

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About Inna Bimits

Attorney Biography

Licensed for 24 years, Inna Bimits is a Workers Compensation lawyer in Oakland California who attended Southwestern Law School

Practice Areas

Workers Compensation (100%)

Résumé - Inna Bimits

Bar Licenses

California State Bar
Member in Good Standing


Southwestern Law School
Southwestern Law School

Specialty Certifications

State Bar of California
Board Certified Specialist
Workers' Compensation Law
State Bar of California

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Inna Bimits

333 Hegenberger Rd Suite 500
Oakland, CA 94621
Office: 510-588-1000
Fax: 510-729-6333

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Bar License Information

California Bar Membership -

Inna Bimits - Profile information with the State Bar of California - Find more information about Inna Bimits on the State Bar of California website, including: current status, actions affecting eligibility to practice law and disciplinary history.

Specialty Certification Information

Workers' Compensation Certification -

CBLS Board Certification in Workers' Compensation Law - Lawyers board certified as specialists in workers' compensation law by the State Bar of California have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of law.

The CBLS defines the term "workers' compensation law" as involving the "representation of parties in connection with industrial injury and disease claims."

The top rated workers' compensation attorneys in California have experience in the following areas: pretrial practice and procedures; trial; appellate; medical; rating; and rehabilitation.

A showing of substantial involvement in workers' compensation law requires experience in the taking depositions of witnesses other than physicians; pretrial conferences; petitions for removal under Labor Code Section 5310; and trials of workers' compensation cases, including expedited hearings.