Exposure to Toxic Substances
West Virginia Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Do you work in an industry in which you have been exposed to a toxic substance?
Perhaps you are a groundskeeper and you have been exposed to hazardous
pesticides. Maybe your office has asbestos. Exposure to toxic substances
can have a harmful impact on your health and well-being.
If you have suffered an injury because of exposure to a hazardous substance,
contact a West Virginia personal injury attorney right away. Fitzsimmons
Law Firm PLLC has more than 30 years of experience defending clients who
have been injured on the job. They will assess your case and determine
if you are eligible for
workers' compensation, and if so, they will help you recover the maximum amount of benefits
that you are entitled to.
There are many different types of toxic chemicals. When these chemicals
are used on the job, they must be clearly marked so that employees can
avoid potential danger. If these signs were not clearly visible, or were
not properly displayed, or not displayed at all, and you suffered injuries
as a result of exposure, you could be entitled to workers' compensation
benefits, or more.
How can I get benefits for toxic exposure?
If exposure to a toxic substance has left you injured or impacted your
health in any way, you could be entitled to workers' compensation
benefits. These benefits could pay for your medical expenses, as well
as cover any ways you may have lost as a result of the injury. In order
to find out if you are eligible for such benefits, contact an experience
workers' comp lawyer. The legal team at Fitzsimmons Law Firm PLLC
will assess your case and help you recover the maximum amount of benefits
allowed under the law.
Call their law firm to set up a consultation today.