Pittsburgh Occupational Disease Lawyers

Securing Benefits for Workers With an Occupational Disease or Illness

Some laws are specifically designed to protect workers at risk of occupations diseases and serious illnesses. The Heart and Lung Act provides special rights to firefighters, police officers and corrections officers. Other workers who are exposed to toxic chemicals are also protected.

At Friday & Cox LLC, our work injury lawyers have more than 75 years of combined experience. We have an in-depth knowledge of all applicable laws and are fully prepared to protect your rights. Regardless of the occupational illness you have suffered, you can be confident that we can help you. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a skilled Pittsburgh occupational disease attorney.

Handling Infectious Disease Claims in Pennsylvania

Hepatitis C and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) are just two examples of serious infectious diseases that workers may be exposed to. Health care workers, first responders and paramedics, firefighters, police officers and corrections officers run the risk of exposure to these diseases on almost a daily basis. When they contract these occupational diseases, our experienced Pennsylvania attorneys will take every measure to help them obtain the workers' compensation benefits they are entitled.

Workers' compensation is never a guarantee. The insurance company may deny a claim, arguing that the disease was contracted because the worker got a bad tattoo or through some other exposure. We know how to overcome these arguments and get results.

Seeking Benefits for Victims of Chemical Exposure

Our attorneys have the experience to handle the most challenging workers' compensation cases. We represent people who have been diagnosed with lung cancer, mesothelioma and other lung diseases because of exposure to asbestos, as well as other cancers as a result of chemical exposure at work. We will apply our years of experience and legal skills to help you obtain the benefits you are entitled.

Contact Our Erie Work-related Illness Attorneys for a Free Consultation

For a free initial consultation with a Pittsburgh occupational disease attorney, call 412-668-4491 or contact us online. All of our workers' compensation claims are handled on a contingence basis. This means you owe us nothing unless we recover compensation for you.