MATTERS INVOLVING PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
YOU COULD BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
When Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP first opened its doors more than 45 years ago, almost nobody was concerned about psychological conditions in the workplace. Workers’ compensation was strictly limited to physical injuries. Today, society takes a much more holistic view of workplace health, but claims of psychological damage can still be complex to pursue. Psychological conditions may be the most difficult workers’ compensation claims to navigate.
Though it can be challenging to establish a causal connection between work-related experiences and psychological disorders, it is by no means impossible. There are many reasons why today’s more- demanding, a less-secure workplace is even more psychologically stressful and daunting than those of the past.
As a result of psychological conditions, many employees develop:
- Sleep disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Panic attacks
- Clinical depression
- Post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD)
An increasing number of studies demonstrate that employees from blue-collar and white-collar jobs can develop psychological conditions related to the workplace. These conditions can be tied to something tangible like ongoing noise exposure, but they can also result from poor workplace relationships, unsuitable tasking, or ambiguous expectations. Sexual harassment or the threat of violence can also trigger a severe psychological reaction.
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OUR LOS ANGELES WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ATTORNEYS GUIDE YOUR CLAIM
For most people, work and family are the two primary sources of happiness and stress. If you are suffering from any of the psychological conditions listed above, there is a very good chance that it developed in the workplace. At Telleria, Telleria & Levy, LLP, our Los Angeles workers’ compensation lawyers work with medical professionals and other experts to help determine the origin of your psychological disorder. If it turns out that a workers’ compensation claim is in order, we’ll advocate for you the entire way.
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