Do You Have An Occupational Workers’ Compensation Claim?

You may have been employed many years performing heavy labor or work in an unhealthy environment. You may now be living with bodily aches and pains; numbness in your hands, arms, feet or legs; asthma, difficulty breathing, chronic obstructive and restrictive lung disease; or cancer. If so, these conditions may be related to your lengthy, dedicated history of hard work supporting yourself and your family. You may have grounds to file an occupational claim in workers' compensation.

To find out, call the Law Office of John D. Kovac for a free in-depth consultation with attorney John D. Kovac. Together we will determine if the facts give rise to an occupational claim and if filing such a claim is in your best interests.