Trust that our attorneys work with your best interest in mind. We are here to help you.
Trust we will explore all possible sources of compensation
Many injured workers do not know that workers’ compensation pays nothing for pain and suffering or loss of enjoyment. Nor will workers’ compensation ask a reckless employer to pay for its conduct unless that employer violates a written Ohio safety rule.
Because workers’ compensation fails to fully compensate the injured worker, it is necessary to carefully evaluate the facts. We will investigate every aspect of your case to see if a lawsuit against a third party, an intentional tort or a safety violation claim can be pursued.
Our dedication to proficient, personalized client service goes beyond the original settlement of a workers’ compensation claim. We recognize that some workplace accidents result in injuries that are chronic. It is always our goal to seek maximum benefits for a client and form an ongoing client relationship during the process.
Involving a knowledgeable attorney from the outset can improve your chances of quickly and effectively resolving your claim. Our attorneys can take care of the details and provide insightful guidance about the process so you can continue with your life.
Committed to get your Workers' Compensation Claim Allowed
There are a variety of injuries that are recognized by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, including —
Degenerative disc diseases
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
Back and neck strains and sprains
Loss of sight or hearing
Aggravation of pre-existing conditions
Repetitive trauma claims
Loss of use
Anxiety, stress, and depression
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Head and facial disfigurement
Death claims for exposure to chemicals or radiation
Occupational disease claims
Burns and scars