Occupational Disease Lawyer in Southern California
Not all harm done in the workplace is immediately visible. Sometimes, the damage doesn’t show itself for years. That doesn’t make the damage any less severe and it certainly doesn’t make the employer any less responsible.
Standing Up for Victims of Occupational Diseases
If you or a family member has suffered an occupational disease that has caused temporary or permanent disability, the attorneys at the law firm of Rose, Klein & Marias LLP are here for you. We are driven to pursue full and fair compensation for you.
Occupational disease can be caused by a variety of factors. Most commonly, it is the result of working with some kind of chemical or hazardous substance, such as asbestos. The disease may be the result of physical contact with the substance or chemical. It may be caused by inhaling fumes from the chemical or substance.
Types of occupational diseases that can be traced back to this type of work include:
- Lung cancer
- Lung disease
- Heart disease
- Leukemia and blood cancers
- Skin cancer
Other occupational diseases, such as chronic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia or arthritis, may not be the result of substances worked with, but the type of work performed.
No matter what type of disease you are faced with, from cancer to mesothelioma, our team knows how to help you get maximum compensation. We have more than 80 years of experience handling workers’ comp cases in throughout Southern California. Because our team also includes Los Angeles personal injury lawyers, we are able to look for product liability cases that may enhance the amount of compensation you receive. We want to get you the financial support you need.
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How we feel about representing you
Our lawyers take pride in our commitment to personal attention. You will have someone on your side who cares about you and is attentive to your needs. That is the type of representation you deserve.
All occupational disease cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means we do not charge a fee unless we get you compensation.
To schedule a free consultation about your case, contact us today.