An injury at work can be sudden and horrifying. On the other hand, it can be gradual and slowly happen over time – but that doesn’t change the fact that yes, it can be devastating and rob you of your livelihood. Workplace injuries can take on many forms, whether they arose from a catastrophic injury due to an equipment malfunction or you developed carpal tunnel syndrome from laboring over your computer for eight hours per day. The one thing that they have in common, however, is that they can prevent you from being able to work and provide for your family.

Workers comp does cover nearly all workplace injuries. This includes injuries that may have happened outside of your job, such as if you were transporting a coworker to a jobsite, or you were running errands for your boss and got into an automobile collision. You also don’t have to sustain an injury to get workers’ comp benefits. If you have gotten sick at work, such as from inhalants or other you have a stress-related illness from your job (such as a heart condition or a digestive disorder), workers’ comp will also cover that.

Workers’ comp will also help pay your medical bills if you are out of work. This includes surgeries, medicine, and doctor’s bills. You are also entitled to a disability paycheck while you are unable to work, which should help you make ends meet if you are in rehabilitation or recovery from your illness or injury.

There is so much confusion and misinformation out there about what workers’ compensation does and does not cover. It’s best if you don’t try to handle this by yourself. Ohio is appallingly unfriendly to claimants and there’s a good chance that your claim will get denied. You need me to represent you to help you win your claim. If you’ve been injured at work, please give me a call today at 1 (877) 944-4373 for your free initial consultation.

As your lawyer, I will fight for you to make sure your claim does not get denied. I’ll go over all of the paperwork with a fine-tooth comb to make sure there aren’t any errors or nuances that can cause it to be erroneously rejected. I’ll also work on a contingency basis, which means that you do not have to worry about money when I represent you. My fee comes from a portion of your restitution. You’ll also be given my personal cell phone number, so you can call me 24/7 with any questions you may have during the case. Because I know how busy you are right now trying to heal from your injury, I’ll come to you to discuss your case. Name the place and I’ll meet you there.

Big name employers don’t scare me. I take on Big Cases with Big Results. If you’ve been injured at work and are worried about your claim getting denied, I’ll work for you and I’ll Make Them Pay!®


DISCLAIMER “Please understand the slogan, I’ll Make Them Pay!® is not a guarantee of payment. Both liability and real damages must be proven with a preponderance of the evidence.”

Workplace Accidents