Worker's Compensation for Hospital Custodian

In a workers’ compensation/industrial disease case, our client was a custodian at a local hospital. His hands and fingers reacted to the chemicals used in his job. Due in part to poor initial diagnoses, he lost a portion of several fingers due to a bone infection that set in. Part of this may have been related to his diabetic condition. It was a difficult case to prove. The case resolved shortly before trial for $20,000 as a compromise.