Santa Ana Lung Disease and Respiratory Illness Lawyer
Santa Ana Lung Disease and Respiratory Illness LawyerSanta Ana Workers Compensation Attorney Dennis A. Dascanio has spent more than 30 years successfully representing workers who have developed lung and respiratory diseases as the result of breathing in dangerous substances in the course of their employment. These cases are typically highly complex, because it is necessary to prove the source of the illness. This is when experience matters and only the most experienced lawyer will do! If you work in a job that involves exposure to harmful chemicals, or have been exposed to harmful substances because of the materials used in the construction of your office building, your risk of developing lung and respiratory damage is increased. A California State Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist, Work Injury Lawyer Dennis Dascanio has been fighting for the rights of injured workers in occupational and industrial injury cases since entering into private practice in 1987. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with a lung or respiratory disease and you believe that you became ill because of your job, contact the Santa Ana Law Offices of Workers Compensation Attorney Dennis A. Dascanio at (714) 550-7002 immediately to schedule a free in-office consultation. One of Southern California’s premier Workers Comp Law Firms, we will meet with you to thoroughly review the circumstances surrounding your illness. Failure to act in a timely manner may affect your ability to collect the benefits and receive the medical care to which you are entitled.
Lung Disease and Respiratory Illness Attorney in Santa AnaWork-related lung and respiratory diseases are generally the result of prolonged exposure on a regular basis to harmful toxins and substances. Santa Ana Workers Compensation Specialist Dennis A. Dascanio has represented clients in a wide variety of occupational and industrial workers comp cases involving lung and respiratory illnesses, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Farmer’s Lung
- Lung Cancer
- Organic Dust Toxic Syndrome