Work Conditions can Lead to Asthma or Asthma-Related Injuries
Asthma, also known as reactive airway disease, is a respiratory disorder. Asthma can be caused by a number of things, including the workplace environment. Work related asthma is a very common workplace illness in Pennsylvania. If you have developed asthma as a result of your professional or work environment it makes sense for you to contact a Media, Pennsylvania occupational illness attorney.
Call the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello regarding your Pennsylvania work related asthma claim. She can be reached at 610-892-4940. Ms. Truscello has many years experience handling all types of work related occupational illness claims in the Philadelphia area. Call her today for a free consultation and analysis of your case.
Common Asthma Symptoms
- Coughing, especially at night
- Shortness of breath
- Tightness, pain and pressure on the chest
Asthma may sometimes go unnoticed for an extended period of time. Other people may experience asthma symptoms on a regular or daily basis. Still, others may only have asthma when exercising or when immunocompromised such as when having the flu, cold or respiratory infection.
Did Your Work Cause Your Asthma?
There are many different Pennsylvania workplace environments that can induce asthma in a worker. Some of these a work environments are: chemical plants, paper mills, construction jobs, coal mines and gas stations. Sometimes these work settings can cause asthma to develop or worsen. If you suspect your asthma has been induced or worsened due to your professional activities call a Delaware County occupational accident and illness attorney.
Get The Legal Help You Need From an Experienced Delaware County Workers’ Compensation Lawyer if You Have Work Related Asthma Injuries
Call the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello regarding your Delaware County work related injury claim. Ms. Truscello can be reached at 610-892-4940 or contact us online. Let her fight for your rights and get you the compensation and benefits you deserve. Ms. Truscello handles all Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation claims on a contingency fee basis meaning that she charges no fee unless she recovers on your behalf.
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