Committed to Representing
Injured Workers

If you have been injured at work or suffer from a condition such as carpal tunnel syndrome or lung disease that may be a result of your work duties or environment, you know how much it can affect every aspect of your life.  Our law firm represents injured workers just like you all across northeast Ohio.  Whether you have been recently injured or have had a workers’ compensation claim for some time, we may be able to assist you.

If you have suffered a recent injury, there are things you need to do to protect yourself:

  • Notify your employer.
  • Seek medical attention.
  • File a claim with the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC).
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Services We Provide

Even though you are not required to have an attorney, you will benefit from having us guide you through the difficult and often confusing workers’ compensation process.  Our staff is available to assist you with:

  • Completing the necessary forms and paperwork
  • Representation at hearings on your behalf
  • Connecting you with the best local medical providers

We want to take the pressure off you so that you can focus on getting better.

Our law firm represents injured workers throughout the duration of their workers’ compensation claims, from the appeals process at the administrative level to the court system if necessary.  In fact, we have successfully argued on behalf of our workers’ compensation clients before the Supreme Court of Ohio.

Your employer has an attorney, and you should, too, in case your claim or benefits are delayed or denied.

The team at our law firm has experience in courts all across the northeast Ohio region.  We provide assistance and representation to clients in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Summit and Trumbull counties.

Please contact our office to set up a free consultation.

Discover how we may assist you with your workers’ compensation claim.

5 things that nobody else is going to tell you about your workers’ compensation claim

  1. You could get money even if you didn’t miss time from work.
  2. You may be eligible for job training or money if you are unable to continue working in the same job due to an injury or occupational disease.
  3. The BWC often fails to include all diagnosed conditions in your claim.
  4. You will be deprived of future benefits or money by failing to promptly take the necessary action in your claim.
  5. You have the right to request the BWC to reconsider any decision they have made.