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Occupationally Specific Impairments

Occupationally Specific Impairments

Many disabilities begin in the workplace. Chronic exposure to physical strain or unhealthy conditions can lead to injury or illness down the road.

Hazardous jobs such as construction, industrial work and manual labor are not the only sources of chronic medical conditions. Office workers also suffer long-term disabilities as a result of repetitive movements or environmental factors.

How to Continue Making Ends Meet

The most important question with a work-related impairment is whether you are able to continue earning living as a result. Workers’ compensation might not be your only option for making ends meet. If your disability is likely to last a year or more, you may also qualify for disability benefits through Social Security.

Get Experienced Technical Help for No Cost Upfront

Turn to Berkley Disability for an individual analysis of whether you qualify for disability benefits. We are one of Orange County’s most established disability advocacy groups. Our approved disability advocate will take your interests and needs to heart in providing dedicated guidance.

For more than 30 years, we have helped people suffering from all types of occupationally specific impairments, including:

  • Back and neck injuries from jobs that involve heavy lifting
  • Chronic diseases from long-term exposure to toxic substances such as chemicals or mold
  • Repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow
  • Complications resulting from serious work-related accidents
  • Mental illnesses related to, or resulting from, working conditions

Your disability should not derail your finances — especially when it occurred because of your work. We can help you get back on your feet financially.

Click here or call our Southern California office at (657) 217-3621 to request your free consultation with our experienced disability advocate. We handle all disability cases on a contingency fee basis. You don’t need to pay anything out of pocket for quality disability guidance.