- Workers’ Compensation
- Denied Workers’ Comp Claims
- Workers’ Comp Medical Benefits
- See A Doctor Of Your Choice
- Workers’ Comp Disability Benefits
- Third-Party Liability In Workers’ Comp
- Construction Accidents
- Industrial And Factory Accidents
- Occupational Diseases And Hazards
- Toxic Exposure
- Heart And Hypertension Conditions
- Repetitive Trauma Injuries
- Vision And Hearing Loss
Helping You Recover Due To Repetitive Stress Injuries
As a worker who is injured on the job, you have a right to receive workers’ compensation benefits. In some cases, however, it is difficult to determine if an injury is the direct result of a work-related condition or something outside of work.
If you have an occupational disease or injury, an experienced workers’ compensation attorney can examine the facts of your case, seek the assistance of a medical expert and build a strong case for the benefits you need.
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Examples Of Occupational Diseases And Hazards
An occupational disease is one example of an injury that may be difficult to prove. Common examples of occupational diseases include lung cancer, asbestosis, heart conditions and liver conditions.
An occupational hazard is an injury or disease that has been caused or exacerbated by work conditions, including:
Experience In Helping Injured Workers
If you have sustained a serious injury, you want the best legal representation you can find. Our law firm has the experience and legal sophistication to handle even the most complex workers’ compensation claims.