Do you know your chemical exposure rights under Iowa law? The team at Wertz, Dake & Anderson can help.
You may have been exposed to various chemicals, molds, or industrial substances that resulted in symptoms and chronic conditions. These types of workers' compensation claims are not as common as bodily injury cases and can be quite difficult to prove.
You must show your exposure to a chemical substance or element occurred at the workplace and resulted in your disability. It takes a great deal of legal experience and expertise to successfully resolve these cases in your favor.
Our office has been fortunate to represent a variety of injured workers.
We have represented workers who have developed allergies to workplace substances like latex gloves, been exposed to ozone, and who have developed conditions such as popcorn lung, COPD, occupational asthma.
The attorneys at Wertz, Dake & Anderson have worked with leading experts in the fields of occupational exposure, pulmonology, workplace allergies, and industrial hygiene. These specialists can explain how exposure to mold in the workplace or various other chemicals and substances occur so that medical doctors and experts can determine whether the workplace exposure resulted in disability.
Chemical Exposure Lawyers
If you have been exposed to workplace substances you believe resulted in allergies, difficulty breathing, or other symptoms, please contact us to discuss these issues as soon as possible. Please know that workers' compensation insurance companies frequently deny the claims of workers who suffer injuries following a workplace exposure.
They often justify their actions by claiming that your co-workers who were exposed were not adversely affected. However, you may be susceptible to workplace exposures while others are not.
If you are exposed to even common household chemicals while at work and you require medical treatment or must be removed from certain workplace environments, you may be entitled to compensation.
The attorneys at Wertz, Dake & Anderson would be happy to speak with you regarding your workplace exposure and discuss whether you are entitled to compensation under Iowa law.
Have you been exposed to mold in the workplace?
Contact Wertz, Dake & Anderson today for a free case evaluation at 319-861-3001.