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Minneapolis Occupational Asthma Lawyers

If you have been diagnosed with work-related asthma, Midwest Disability can help. Work-related asthma is asthma caused by exposure to dusts, mists, vapors, fumes or other airborne irritants in the workplace. Our Minneapolis occupational asthma attorneys represent people throughout Minnesota who suddenly suffer from new-onset asthma because of exposure to irritants or allergens at work. We also handle cases involving people who already had asthma, but whose asthma was aggravated due to irritants or allergens in the workplace. With more than 50 years of combined experience on our side, no case is too challenging for us.

Recognizing And Treating Work-Related Asthma

In some cases, work-related asthma is easy to recognize, simply because it flares up while at work and there are obviously large amounts of airborne irritants. In other cases though, the symptoms may not show themselves until hours after exposure. For some people, asthma attacks can be caused by very small amounts of irritants.

Work-related asthma is typically reversible, as long as you are properly treated and taken out of the environment that is causing the attacks. Damage to the lungs can become permanent if the matter is not addressed as soon as possible. We will make certain it is, and help you get the workers' compensation necessary to cover treatment and wages.

Long-Term Disability Benefits May Also Be Available

Have you purchased a group or individual long-term disability? Even if your asthma attacks are not work-related, you may be able to seek benefits under this policy if the condition prevents you from working. Our lawyers can help you get the needed benefits.

Free Case Evaluations And Free Consultations For Chemical Toxic Exposure Victims

Start with a free case evaluation. To schedule a free consultation with one of our Minneapolis occupational asthma attorneys, contact us online or call our offices directly at 855-604-1116. All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we recover benefits.