COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Question: My doctor told me my condition was caused by wear and tear from my work over the years. Is this still covered by workers' compensation?
If you would like to schedule a initial consultation contact an Kansas workers' compensation attorney, representing clients in Manhattan at McCullough, Wareheim & LaBunker, P.A. Give us a call at (785) 233-2362 or complete our inquiry form.
You do not have to have a sudden, direct injury for it to qualify as a workers' compensation injury. Repetitive use syndromes, or "overuse" syndromes are also included in the Workers' Compensation Act, even if the injury develops over time. This is a very complex area, and again, quality advice is very important.
On behalf of McCULLOUGH, WAREHEIM & LaBUNKER, P.A. we hope this material will be of benefit to you in answering your questions relative to work-related injuries. This material is a part of an ongoing commitment by McCULLOUGH, WAREHEIM & LaBUNKER, P.A. to unions, their members, and injured workers in the State of Kansas.Contact one of our Kansas work injury lawyers representing clients in Manhattan, Kansas (and throughout the State of Kansas) today to schedule your initial consultation.