There are various ways you could get exposed to harmful chemicals while at work. At Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, we have the experience required to connect your illness to your job, file your workers’ compensation case, and pursue the compensation you need. If your illness developed because of chemical exposure on the job, our Athens workers’ compensation attorney can handle your claim or personal injury case.
When you call on our team to represent you, you can rest assured we take care of the legal matters. Whether you need help filing for workers’ compensation, appealing a denial or inadequate financial award, or filing a lawsuit against a liable third party, our firm is ready to help.
How a Chemical Exposure Attorney Can Help
The attorneys at Bader Scott Injury Lawyers have the skills and knowledge needed to pursue your case. Chemical exposure cases are sometimes difficult to prove. Our team has strong investigators that can connect your illness to the chemicals you were exposed to.
Our team can investigate your case by taking the following steps:
- Collecting evidence to connect chemical exposure at your workplace to your illness or injury
- Contacting witnesses through your job or enlisting the help of expert witnesses to strengthen your case
- Using precedents from similar cases to guide our investigation and support your claims to the insurer, judge, or jury
By conducting a proper investigation, we can gather the necessary evidence and documentation that links your illness to chemical exposure in the workplace.
Bader Scott Injury Lawyers Have a Track Record of Success
Our team has strong negotiators who fight for our clients to recover the compensation they need to recover. We have helped many injured workers get the money they need to avoid financial ruin.
Notable awards our past clients have received include:
- $5.25 million for a personal injury and workers’ compensation case
- $2 million for a worker’s compensation case
- $1.9 million for a workers’ compensation case
Regardless of the severity of your injury or illness, our team can help. When someone acts negligently and causes you harm, you shouldn’t have to suffer financially. However, even if chemical exposure is a part of the job description, that doesn’t mean you have to suffer without appropriate compensation.
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You Could Receive Compensation For Your Medical Bills
If your illness requires you to undergo medical treatments, you could recover compensation. Our attorneys can help you determine which expenses you are eligible to recover. One of the largest losses for injured or ill people is usually the cost of medical treatment.
Medical bills could include the cost of the following:
- Diagnostic tests to determine the illness causing your symptoms
- Surgeries or other medical procedures
- Medications for pain management or to treat the illness
- Ongoing doctor’s visits
You could also seek compensation for future medical bills if you believe your illness will require further medical interventions. Our attorneys can help you gather the necessary evidence to prove you will require medical care in the future. We can also calculate the estimated costs of that care.
Note that you may also be eligible to claim up to 2/3rds of your wages while you are receiving workers’ compensation benefits.
You Could Recover Compensation For Your Other Losses
On top of medical bills, there are other losses you could endure because of your illness. Through a claim or lawsuit, you could recover compensation for those losses. Not every workers’ compensation case can also include a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Our attorneys will determine if this is a possibility for your chemical exposure injury.
Examples of losses personal injury cases could claim include:
- Lost income: If you had to miss work for treatments or can no longer work because of your illness, you could seek compensation for the income you lost. We can also fight for you to recover future lost income if you cannot return to work in the same capacity.
- Pain and suffering: If you deal with intense physical pain or emotional and mental distress, you can seek compensation for pain and suffering damages.
Our attorneys can help you identify which damages you sustained. We can then calculate their value, so you know how much compensation to seek in your case.
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Hazardous Chemicals Workers Could Get Exposed To
Workers across the country handle dangerous chemicals every day. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) states that chemical hazards and toxic substances can cause a wide range of health hazards.
Common hazardous chemicals workers could get exposed to include:
- Cleaning products
Long-term exposure to any of these chemicals could lead to illness. In some cases, chemical exposure could lead to death.
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What to Do If You Suspect Your Illness Developed Because of Chemical Exposure
If you believe you have an illness related to chemical exposure, contact a chemical exposure attorney serving Athens from Bader Scott Injury Lawyers. Our team has handled many cases for those who have developed similar illnesses. We can guide you through the legal process so you can hold the person or entity who caused your illness accountable.
If you are eligible to file a lawsuit, you have two years to file. Once you contact our attorneys, we can get to work. By giving us ample time to build a strong case, you could have a better chance at recovering the compensation you need. Also, if you wait to contact an attorney, we might face more difficulty getting the necessary evidence. For example, documents get lost over time, or people might forget details of what happened.
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Contact Our Legal Team for Help With Your Case
If you or a loved one developed an illness related to chemical exposure at work and don’t know who to turn to, turn to us. Our team can identify the liable party and build a case proving they’re responsible. If you need help filing for workers’ compensation or appealing an unfair decision, we can also handle that process on your behalf.
Contact us today to speak to a member of our legal team. Through a free consultation, you can learn about the services we offer. Also, you can ask us questions to determine if we are the right fit to take on your case. Our attorneys care about each of our clients and want to see you reach a successful outcome.
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