More often than not, we will be contacted by an injured employee who's employer has already reported their accident to the company's work comp insurance carrier, and they have already begun treatment with a doctor. One of the first concerns they report to us is that their employer chose their doctor for them, either by "suggestion" or under the misrepresentation that the employee had no choice.
If you had to guess an occupation in which a worker has a high chance of being exposed to formaldehyde, your first answer would probably be funeral director. You wouldn't be wrong either. Formaldehyde has been used for decades in the embalming process, exposing funeral directors to a chemical that wasn't considered a carcinogen until 1987 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.