You Are Entitled To Workers' Comp No Matter Your Pre-Existing Conditions

If your job activities have made your pre-existing condition worse, then you can file for workers' compensation. However, actually obtaining this compensation can be challenging, and insurance companies may deny your valid claim. If you are unable to obtain your deserved compensation, our attorneys will fight for you.

Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., has helped people with their workers' compensation cases for over 40 years. Our attorneys will protect your rights and handle the challenges that arise in your case. You can talk to a skilled attorney by calling us at 443-529-0795, or at 410-332-0045 on nights and weekends.

Filing A Workers' Compensation Claim With A Pre-Existing Condition

Many insurance providers may argue that your pre-existing condition was not worsened as the result of job-related activities. By shifting the blame, insurance companies can deny these valid compensation claims. If an insurance provider denied your rightful claim, our attorneys will step in to help your case.

A few examples of the many types of workplace aggravated pre-existing conditions, include:

  • Lower back injuries that have worsened after lifting heavy objects in the workplace
  • Existing shoulder, knee or joint injuries that have worsened because of job-related repetitive stress
  • Worsened asthma or respiratory problems because of exposure to chemicals or dust

Proving Worsened Pre-Existing Conditions Caused By Work Activities

Like other workplace injury claims, cases involving aggravated pre-existing conditions often rely on the help of medical experts. Our team will gather the facts and documentation to prove that a workplace incident worsened your condition. Our workers' compensation lawyers have an impressive record of success for these complex claims.

Discuss Your Case In A Free Consultation

Our offices in Baltimore, Bel Air, Frederick, Essex, Glen Burnie, and Towson help people throughout Maryland with their workplace injuries. You can call us at 443-529-0795, or at 410-332-0045 on nights and weekends, to schedule your free consultation. You can also send us an email with your case details. We are available 24/7 and will return your call as soon as possible.