If you have been injured on the job, you need an experienced workers' compensation lawyer to ensure you are receiving all the benefits you are entitled to. With over 45 years of experience, the law firm of Bentoff & Duber understands the Ohio law.
Contact us for your free consultation. We want to help you get the compensation you deserve.
We know the steps to take to ensure that your benefits are maximized.
Did you place claims for all of your injuries? Did you take your second job into consideration? Did you consider all of your expenses, including lost wages and medical bills? Most people do not realize that even if you did not miss any time off work you still may be entitled to benefits.
Available Benefits Include:
- Wage loss
- Medical bill reimbursement
- Permanent partial disability
- Temporary total disability
- Permanent and total disability
- Death benefits for the family
If the employer violated a safety requirement you may also be eligible for a supplemental benefit known as a Violation of a Specific Safety Requirement (VSSR). These are some of the many things that need to be taken into consideration in your workers' compensation claim to make certain that you are getting all of the benefits you are entitled to. We have the knowledge of the Ohio law and the experience necessary to ensure that you have the tools to maximize your claim.
Representing the Injured and Disabled
Whether your on-the-job injury was the result of your position in an office, as a healthcare worker, a factory employee, or a construction professional, we can help. We will take a hands-on approach to your case. Your case will not be passed around or ignored. It will get the personal care it requires to succeed.
We know that the other side will enlist aggressive attorneys and vocational and medical experts. We understand the steps that will be taken to counter your claim and we know how to move past them.
Contact us at 216-861-1234 or submit a contact form to schedule a free initial consultation and find out how we can build a strong case for you.