Heart Attack on the Job – Unusual Exertion
Did you or a loved one have a heart attack on the job due to unusual exertion? While not all heart attacks are the result of exertion at work, sometimes they are.
At the law firm of Mary Jeffers, we have the experience and skill to help you understand your rights as it pertains to ANY injuries while at work or on the job. If you suspect that a heart attack was the result of an on-the-job circumstance, then you need a highly skilled lawyer to help you understand Colorado Workers Compensation laws and regulations.
Having employees work harder and harder at work is not always a plus when it involves lifting and other highly strenuous activities, especially for those that may not have the ability to do so but do it anyway so they can simply keep their jobs.
- You may be a stocker at a supermarket or big box store and be required to lift heavy items all day every day. That takes a toll on your body and your heart
- Working on a farm is certainly very difficult work but again, if that is your only option for work and the choice is lifting and keeping your job or not keeping your job, many people will do what they feel is necessary to stay employed, especially in a tough economy.
These are just some examples of stress related and strenuous activities that workers every day have to endure to keep their jobs.
Your insurance or your employer may not agree that a heart attack was related in any way to the work you had to do on a daily basis but at the Law Firm of Mary E. Jeffers, we are here to find out the truth and make sure you get compensated justly for any and all work related injuries.
Call Mary Jeffers office now at 303-573-7948 for your free Workers’ Compensation job related injuries consultation and let’s get started putting the pieces back together today.
Trying to navigate the legal system can be confusing and overwhelming. As a result you can get lost. Mary Jeffers can help you navigate these rough seas and provide you with the answers you need to move on with your life.
Mary E. Jeffers, Esq., Attorney at Law – 303-573-7948
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