When employees are exposed to chemicals on the job, they may suffer temporary or long-term injuries. For Ohio workers exposed to chemicals as part of their work-related activities, let our Cleveland workers’ compensation lawyers assist you in trying to obtain all the available benefits while you recover from your injuries.
Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA’s Ohio workers’ compensation attorneys can assist you in filing or appealing a denied workers’ compensation claim relating to chemical or harmful substance exposure. Contact our team today if you or your loved one suffered bodily harm, illness, or wrongful death as the result of any chemical or toxic exposure, including exposure to:
Short and long-term chemical exposure can cause a litany of injuries, conditions, and side effects. Burns, sores, and other immediate and obvious injuries can occur in certain circumstances. Other times, long-term exposure can lead to hidden yet deadly side effects, including lung and organ problems, or cancer.
Pursuing a workers’ compensation claim for chemical exposure injuries can be extremely difficult. Proving that a particular chemical caused or contributed to an injury or medical condition requires thoroughly documenting medical issues and records, obtaining expert testimony and evidence, and navigating the complex Ohio workers’ compensation claim system.
Our attorneys at Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA proudly represent Ohio workers in chemical exposure and workers’ compensation claims. We work hard to develop your case, prove your eligibility, and maximize your benefits. Let us fight for you so that you can focus on your health and recovery.
If you or a loved one suffered on-the-job injury or wrongful death because of chemical exposure, benefits may be available to assist you. Call or email our workers’ compensation attorneys now for a free consultation.
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