Does Workers’ Comp Cover Pre-Existing Conditions?
Throughout the course of our lives, we endure some wear and tear on our bodies. Thus, it is not surprising that most people work with some pre-existing conditions. For example, one worker may have occasional back issues that he or she works through while someone else may suffer from the aftereffects of a sprained wrist from a few years ago.
As long as an injury occurred or was aggravated while on the job, it is considered a work-related injury. We will work with you to make sure you are being treated fairly by your employer. We are strong negotiators and litigators who will pursue all options available for securing the wage loss and medical benefits you need to make a full recovery.
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Is it worth hiring a lawyer to handle your workers’ comp case after aggravating an existing condition? You can’t afford to. We take these cases on a contingent fee basis, which means we don’t get paid unless you do. You have nothing to lose if you contact us today for your free, confidential consultation.