Cleaning professionals face a number of hazards at work: slippery floors; exposure to dangerous chemicals; lifting and carrying heavy items; and tools that can cause harm. Slip and fall and overexertion injuries are some of the most common we see in the cleaning industry, especially when cleaners do not have adequate support from coworkers.


If you’ve been hurt at work, you may be entitled to lifetime medical treatment, permanent partial disability benefits, and total disability workers comp payments while you recover.


Corey Pollard represents cleaning professionals in Virginia, including hotel cleaning crews, housekeepers, janitors, custodians, building cleaners, and all other workers who are injured during their employment. Call or e-mail us today to get started. If your injury keeps you out of work for more than one year you may also be entitled to Social Security Disability or Long Term Disability benefits.


Get Fair Compensation for Your Cleaning Job Injuries


Cleaning professionals face many of the same hazards that other workers face, as well as some unique risks. Common job injuries for housekeepers and other cleaning professionals include:


  • Allergies to toxic chemicals and resulting infections
  • Asbestos exposure
  • Asthma caused by exposure to cleaning materials
  • Back injuries
  • Burns
  • Electrocution
  • Knee injuries and damage to other joints
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Slip and fall injuries


The workers compensation insurance company will try to offer you a low-ball settlement. We can help you increase the value of your workers compensation settlement so that you can move forward with your life. If a fair settlement isn’t offered, then we’ll fight to get you every benefit possible.


Speak with an Experienced Work Injury Law Firm


Our law firm has helped thousands of Virginia workers get the benefits and compensation they deserve. Call today for a free consultation and we’ll explain our customized, compassionate approach to helping you through this difficult time. And remember – you never pay an attorney fee unless you recover benefits or money.