We like to ask children what they want to be when they grow up, all the time. Most commonly we hear them restate jobs their parents have or they say things like policeman, fireman, ballerinas, or doctors. They can see these jobs. They see them reflected in their toys or in their TV shows. These answers are usually dependent on what the child is watching or playing with on the day you ask. As a society we pressure children all the way up into college with the same question “what do you want to be when you grow up?” Older adults will tell you that sometimes you never find what you want to be. Sometimes you just keep transitioning from job to job or sometimes your circumstance dictates that you need to be comfortable with a job that you have. However, we don’t tell our children about the risks that are involved when they choose certain jobs.
Some of the riskiest jobs in the United states are pretty common jobs; meaning, that even though a child says a astronaut they may realistically end up in jobs like these:
It’s important to understand the risk of your job because if injury occurs then it is the responsibility of you and your employer to file workers compensation. You want to do this because your job is aware of the risks. Your employment is aware that you are putting your body and health on the line for their benefit. This is also why you need a good lawyer on your side. Your employment needs you, but sometimes when a worker gets injured they act as if they don’t.
Our Workers Compensation Attorneys at the Law Offices of Kropach and Kropach in Los Angeles want you to know that they are here for you. We know your job is important and your family is depending on your health. We work with injuries from loss of hearing to repetitive motion injury to stress-related injuries. We know the dedication and precision needed to document and investigate your situation. Our attorney has the resources and education needed to get your claim in the right shape. Don’t sweat this paper work while you are trying to recover. Give us a call 818-609-7005 or click here for more information on how Workers Compensation Attorneys can help you.