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Work injuries can occur in any kind of work setting. While many injuries occur immediately, some develop over long periods of time. Luckily, workers’ compensation laws were created to help employees who have been injured in the workplace or due to work-related duties. Because workers’ compensation regulations can be complex and employers are not always enthusiastic to pay employees who are unable to work, it is crucial for injured employees to seek experienced legal advocacy immediately.

A skilled lawyer can help an injured worker recover the funds he or she may need while recovering from an illness or injury. If you have sustained injuries in the workplace, on a construction site, or due to a work obligation, get in touch with our Orlando workers’ compensation lawyers at Todd Miner Law®️ right away to seek legal help immediately. We are passionate about helping our clients obtain positive results. Call us at 407-894-1480 today.

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    Frequently Asked Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Questions

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    Generally, any injuries a person sustains while in the workplace or in connection with a work duty or condition qualifies an employee for workers’ compensation. Below is a list of the most common work injuries that occur in the workplace:

    Injuries that occur in environments directly related to the employee’s workplace may also be covered by workers’ compensation benefits. Employees who sustain injuries in the following places may be able to obtain monetary relief through workers’ compensation benefits:

    • In a company vehicle
    • The workplace
    • Any place associated with the employee’s job (Ex: A solar panel installer at a homeowner’s residence)
    • Any place where work materials are to be picked up or delivered by the worker

    In short, yes; you may still be eligible for workers’ compensation even if you have a pre-existing condition. The key is in proving that your pre-existing condition was significantly aggravated by another work-related injury. If you suffered a re-aggravated injury, you must show that your working conditions, work-related duties, or workplace accident was the primary cause of your re-aggravated injury.

    For example, if you have a pre-existing condition, such as arthritis, and you suffer a repetitive motion injury due to prolonged periods of conducting the same, repetitive actions, which re-aggravates your pre-existing arthritis, you will need to show that your repetitive motion injury was substantially caused by your work-related duties. In some cases, this can be incredibly difficult to do.

    Unfortunately, having a pre-existing injury will almost certainly complicate your workers’ compensation claim. Employers and their insurance providers will often use the existence of a pre-exiting condition to deny workers’ compensation claims, asserting that the injury for which the claim was opened was not work-related but, rather, caused by the pre-existing condition. This is especially true if your pre-existing condition was the result of a non-work-related injury or occurred at a past place of employment.

    However, simply because you have a pre-existing condition, this does not mean you are ineligible to receive workers’ compensation in Florida if you suffer an on-the-job injury. It is crucial that you work with a knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney as you will most likely face a number of challenges in recovering workers’ comp benefits if you have a pre-existing condition.

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    • Client-Focused Approach We handle the legal aspects of your case so you can focus on what’s most important – your recovery.
    • Experience on your sideAttorney Todd Miner has over 30 years of experience fighting on both sides. Our firm is made up of former insurance company lawyers. Everything we learned from their side, we bring to yours.
    • Millions in Recoveries Our legal team has extensive trial experience and a proven track record of success.
    • Community-Focused Todd Miner is a trusted advocate for residents in Orlando & the surrounding areas of Central Florida.
    • Strong Client Satisfaction We are proud to be the go-to choice for injured clients in need of effective &
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    • Invaluable Legal Insight Todd Miner possesses an insider’s perspective from years of working for the largest insurance company in America.

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