Understanding Workers’ Compensation In Ohio

If you suffer an injury on the job, you may be unable to work any longer. Additionally, you may be saddled with hefty medical bills related to your injury. This is a combination for financial disaster unless you get help. At Fox & Fox Co. L.P.A., we provide sound advice and aggressive advocacy to injured workers and their families during the difficult times that follow a work-related injury.
When you suffer a workplace injury, you are entitled to benefits for lost wages and medical expenses. Our attorneys have worked hard to build a solid reputation in your community and in the legal community as well. Even if you fear you will be retaliated against for filing a workers’ compensation claim, we encourage you to speak to an attorney immediately. We are experienced and effective advocates for our clients. Below are some aspects of workers’ compensation we can help you with.
    • Filing claims for medical benefits and compensation: Our experienced staff and attorneys will file and vigorously pursue your claim for workers’ compensation benefits in Ohio. For those who may be seeking enrollment in Medicare and Medicaid, we can help you to understand the impact workers’ compensation may have on the federal enrollment process.
    • Hearings: We will effectively advocate for you during every stage of the workers’ compensation hearing process. We have successfully litigated thousands of disputed claims before the Industrial Commission of Ohio.
    • Court appeals: Unlike some firms, we handle cases from beginning to end. After the hearing process, we will pursue your claim in court if necessary and do everything we can to ensure your greatest chance at a successful outcome. We actively litigate workers’ compensation appeals in courts throughout Ohio.
It is our goal to get you the compensation and benefits to which you are entitled. In each case, we strive for the best possible result for our client. We try to minimize the stress, time and expense involved in the process.
Additionally, Social Security Disability is a type of compensation available to people who are incapable of working, as long as they meet certain requirements set forth by the federal government. The system is run by the Social Security Administration, which is a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. While workers’ compensation covers only those who suffer a work-related injury, Social Security Disability is payable due to work-related injuries as well as other medical reasons unrelated to work. We can examine your case and provide clear direction regarding the benefits you are owed.
Schedule a free initial consultation by calling or emailing our Amelia or Cincinnati offices. Our lawyers stand ready to answer your questions and provide the guidance you need.