Do You Have An Occupational Workers’ Compensation Claim?
While some workers’ compensation claims arise from obvious workplace accidents and are fairly straightforward, this isn’t always the case. Many work-related injuries result after months or even years of physical labor or exposure. For example, after years of working and performing heavy labor or working in an unhealthy environment, you may now be suffering various physical and health ailments some of the most common of which include:
- Numbness in your hands, arms, feet or legs
- Chronic bodily aches and pains
- Asthma, difficulty breathing, chronic obstructive and restrictive lung disease
These types of serious conditions may be related to your years of employment and working hard work to support yourself and your family. If so, you may have grounds to file an occupational claim in workers’ compensation.
Contact An Attorney Today For A Free Consultation
To find out if your physical injuries and health problems may be related to your current or past employment, call the Law Office of John D. Kovac at 866-565-9938 or contact us online for a free in-depth consultation. Together we will determine if the facts give rise to an occupational claim and if filing such a claim is in your best interests.