PA Workers’ Compensation For Cleaning Professionals
Accidents happen and cleaning professionals can suffer from a range of injuries and illnesses while on the job. They are exposed to dangerous chemical cleaners, slippery floors and specific tools that can cause serious injuries. Overuse injuries are also common in the cleaning industry, where workers must often do repetitive tasks.
Get Compensation For Your Cleaning Job Injuries
If you find yourself hurt on the job while cleaning, the law is on your side. Pennsylvania has one of the fairest workers’ compensation systems in the U.S. We will use the law to your advantage while helping you recover full and fair compensation for your workplace injury or illness. Common cleaning accident injuries and illnesses include:
- Allergies, asthma, and infections caused by exposure to toxic chemicals
- Asbestos exposure
- Slip-and-fall injuries
- Trip-and-fall injuries
- Back injuries
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Musculoskeletal disorders
Workers’ compensation insurers are known to low-ball settlements and fight valid claims. Our attorneys will help you receive the appropriate and fair amount of compensation to which you are entitled under the law.
Free Consultation With An Experienced Law Firm
Here at Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, we want to hear your case and provide you with the information you need to recover the compensation to which you are entitled. Our law firm has served Pennsylvania workers for more than 70 years. Founded by a workers’ comp judge and developed into a law firm with 11 offices across Pennsylvania, we are focused on providing knowledgeable and personalized services to clients anywhere in the state. When you work with us, you can expect us to return all messages promptly, stand by your side every step of the way, and build a personal relationship with you that you can depend on for support and solutions.
Contact us today at 800-952-9640 to talk to an experienced attorney. Our lawyers handle workers’ compensation cases on a contingency basis. We will only get paid if you receive compensation or we prevent the insurance company from changing or stopping your benefits.