The California Applicants' Attorneys Association (CAAA) is the most powerful, and most knowledgeable legal voice for the injured workers of California. Serving California's injured workers since 1966, CAAA has been built with the support of its members who recognized the necessity of an active voice for injured workers.
CAAA is instrumental in providing the California injured worker the opportunity for fair workers' compensation benefits and re-entry into the community as a productive citizen. The support of CAAA's members help to provide the optimum ability for CAAA to continue its distinguished tradition.
CAAA's Board of Governors consists of officers, members-at-large, past presidents, committee chairs and chapter presidents. Maintaining a diverse Board with a well-developed committee structure compliments the strength and growth of this organization. Twenty-three working committees of the Board assist in the efficient management of the California Applicants Attorneys Association.
Please contact the CAAA state office if you are interested in assisting or joining any of these committees or refer to your membership directory for the telephone numbers of the chairs.
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Address: 1303 J Street, Suite 420 * Sacramento, CA 95814
Telephone: (916) 444-5155
Fax: (916) 444-0661
Injured Workers' Hotline: (800) 459-1400
- CAAA Staff
- Board of Governors
CAAA’s Board of Governors establishes the policies and procedures for the Association. Consisting of the organization’s officers, Members-at-Large, Past Presidents, Committee Chairs and Chapter Presidents, the Board encourages the widest possible participation and communication from all members of CAAA.
The more than twenty working committees of the Board assist in the efficient management of CAAA. They cover areas including: Amicus Curiae, Consumer Information Service, DIR, Education, Ethics, Health & Safety, IMC, Labor, Latino Issues, Law Office Management, Legislative, Media, Membership, Seminars, Special Projects, and Technology. These committees provide detailed resources and recommendations for action by the Board.
Throughout the State, CAAA’s 20 chapters are designed and organized to serve members locally. Representing Bakersfield, Central Coast, Central Valley, Chico, Coachella Valley, East Bay, Greater Inland Empire, Harbor Area, Los Angeles Metropolitan, Los Angeles Valley, Monterey Bay, Orange County, Redwood Empire, Sacramento Valley, San Diego, SanFrancisco, Santa Clara County, Shasta, Southern California, Stockton, and the chapters provide frequent opportunities for continuing education, the exchange of information, and resources among members, along with quick and efficient communication throughout the organization.
California Applicants’ Attorneys Association, Founded 1966