Angiuli & Gentile, LLP
Schedule A Case Review Today

February 2017 Archives

Why You Should Be Wary Of a Workplace Illness

In our day to day interactions, it has become unavoidable to experience exposure to various chemicals. Let’s face it, deadly chemicals can be found in any imaginable place from toxins found in domestic items to carbon monoxide in vehicle exhaust. Luckily, our interactions with such toxic substances is only limited to a few minutes, if nit seconds. On the other hand, toxins found at the workplace are a whole new dimension and can spell disaster in the absence of quick medical aid. If your profession entails working around poisonous substances, then wearing protective gear becomes basic instinct. In the absence of such equipment, exposure to such carcinogens can ultimately cause cancer.

Why a Workers' Compensation Attorney is Necessary to Protect You

New York workers who sustain injuries while working are entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits. Based on the type of injury, the law sets cash benefits as well as medical care for the injured person. However many employers and their insurance carriers complicate the workers' compensation process to deny the victims the benefits they deserve. If you are hurt while working, a skilled workers' compensation attorney can positively influence the settlement of your claims.

The three types of carcinogens and how they cause cancer

In our daily lives, we are often exposed to chemicals. In fact, potentially deadly chemicals are everywhere, from carbon monoxide contained in vehicle exhaust to a variety of toxins found in household cleaners. But fortunately, our exposure to these chemicals is typically in relatively safe amounts and for very brief periods of time.

Workplace accidents and workers' compensation

Being injured on the job is a terribly unfortunate occasion which can leave you in an even worse position. Not only do you have to worry about your injury and trying to heal so that you can return to normal life, but you have to worry about what that means for your position at the company where you work.

Email Us For A Response

Get the Answers You Need

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Private consultations are now available. Review Us