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Changing careers due to a work injury

If you sustained an injury at work, a wide variety of challenges may be on the table. On the one hand, you could be going through physical pain or financial problems stemming from lost wages. Moreover, you could be struggling due to medical costs or other hardships associated with your accident. Our firm understands that some work-related injuries are so serious, injured workers are not able to recover enough to be able to return to their previous position. In some cases, they may never be able to work in a particular field again.

Risk factors and symptoms of mesothelioma

Workers in Pennsylvania who work around asbestos need to be aware of mesothelioma, which is a common side effect of working in those conditions. A form of cancer, mesothelioma affects the layer of tissue that covers internal organs, and it is aggressive and often deadly.

Addressing a repetitive stress injury

Many workers recognize the inherent risks associated with certain fields, such as construction and mining. From falls to dangerous machinery, those employed in these lines of work certainly do face many risks on the job. However, even those with seemingly low-risk occupations, such as office workers, may be hurt in the workplace. Our law firm is aware of the consequences associated with repetitive stress injuries for those who work in various fields. In Allegheny, and across the whole state of Pennsylvania, these injuries can make life incredibly difficult.

A closer look at the importance of workers' compensation

For a majority of the people in Pennsylvania's workforce, the practice of going to work each day is an imperative decision to make a living and acquire adequate financial support. However, many of these workers face unique challenges associated with their profession that can sometimes put their lives in jeopardy. This is where workers' compensation insurance comes into play.

Are work injuries more common in the summer?

Whether you are employed in the restaurant industry, work in an office space or carry out your job responsibilities on construction sites, there are all sorts of different risks that you may need to keep in mind while working in Allegheny, and across all parts of Pennsylvania. For example, you may have to watch out for extreme temperatures in the summer and winter, slippery surfaces, and many other hazards. Moreover, it is important to be aware of other factors that could contribute to an injury, such as certain times when workplace injuries are more prevalent.

Understanding the role of workers' compensation

Going to work, earning a living and performing job-related tasks is an integral part of life for many Pennsylvanians each day. However, with the reward of receiving compensation and realizing career successes, many workers also face inherent risks that are simply part of the job. Workers' compensation is put into place to protect employees from potential injuries they may receive in job-related accidents.

What is workers' compensation?

Pennsylvania's workers' compensation system is set up to make sure that if you suffer a job-related injury or illness, you are not left without an income and means to pay for medical care. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry explains that the money for this comes from benefits paid by the insurance carrier who provides your employer's workers' compensation policy.

Are you at a higher risk of occupational exposure to asbestos?

Despite the long-known risks of asbestos exposure, workers across Pennsylvania have been and continue to be at risk for toxic exposure. With or without their knowledge, people in certain occupations come into contact with asbestos more often than others.

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