Eye injuries and disorders can be some of the hardest to prove when it comes to Worker's Compensation. Adjusters and insurance agents know a variety of ways to try and discount your eye issues and claim that they are not related to your job in any way.
Single Injury or Long-Term Exposure
Eye issues can result from a single injury to the eye or to repeated/long-term exposure over a specific period of time. If you have sustained a work-related eye injury or your eye condition is a direct result of on-going exposure or strain in the workplace, you will need to file a Worker's Compensation claim to get the benefits you deserve.
You Need to Prove Your Claim
With insurance adjusters trying to disprove your claim, you will have to provide the documentation and proof you need to associate your eye problems with a work-related accident or long-term exposure to conditions that eventually damaged your eyes or eyesight. The burden of proof is on you.
Hiring the Right Worker's Compensation Attorney
If you are fighting for your benefits, you need to hire a Worker's Compensation attorney who has the experience and knowledge to handle your case. They will need to be able to aggressively represent your case using the proof you have provided.
If you have suffered an eye injury, vision loss, or damage to your vision because of a work-related accident, you need to call Gaylord & Nantais today. As Worker's Compensation attorneys, they have the ability to represent your case and get the compensation you deserve. Don't wait! There are deadlines that must be met! Call today!
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