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Work Associated Irritable Larynx Syndrome
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Has anyone else been diagnosed with Work Associated Irritable Larynx Syndrome or something similar? WC has initially denied the claim even though the chemical exposures happened at work - the last one sent me to the hospital for 3 days. If I'm not around chemicals I'm fine but when I am exposed I need to use an inhaler to breathe. I've become sensitive to a lot more odors/fumes than just the work chemicals. What kind of disability rating should I expect? I'm new at this and would appreciate any input. Thanks
 
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each state has their own rules; some use the AMA guides, others are specific to their state and other use wage loss.
depends on your state.
http://www.workerscompensation.com/forum...?tid=10146
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(02-13-2011, 10:36 PM)1171 Wrote: each state has their own rules; some use the AMA guides, others are specific to their state and other use wage loss.
depends on your state.
http://www.workerscompensation.com/forum...?tid=10146

Missouri - any thoughts? any one else had this issue?
 
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disability ratings are usually based on the loss of function from normal.
an injury to any part of the body can result in any rating from 0 to 100% depending on how that person recovers.
there is no way to predict any one person's rating.
more information on permanent disability:
http://www.labor.mo.gov/DWC/Injured_Work...g_case.asp
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1171 - thanks for the link; that gave me a much better understanding of how things work. I would still be interested in hearing of any one else's experience with respiratory issues.
 
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