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OH Attorneys for Work Related Injuries
Most Ohio employers are required to provide workers' compensation insurance for their employees. In exchange, Ohio workers generally relinquish their right to sue their employer. In lieu of a work injury lawsuit, the injured worker is supposed to be taken care of by his or her employer and Ohio's workers' comp system - without using the courts.
Unfortunately, many injured workers are denied workers' comp benefits in Ohio every year. The reasons can vary: The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation denies the injury claim or the employer tries to avoid paying. When these situations occur, the injured employee is usually in a vulnerable position and needs the help of a skilled Ohio work injury lawyer.
At The Donahey Law Firm, our Ohio workers' compensation attorneys will fight for your benefits. In addition to workers' comp benefits, we explore other opportunities on our clients' behalf, including product liability claims and third-party injury lawsuits. To obtain a free consultation about your options, call us at 866-918-5886 or email us.
Work Accidents Call For A Careful Exploration Of All Opportunities
Our Ohio attorneys handle a variety of accident types, including:
- Burn injuries
- Construction accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Workers' compensation
- Other work-related injuries
At The Donahey Law Firm, our lawyers do more than fight for your rights to collect Ohio workers' compensation benefits: We scrutinize your job-related accident to determine whether there's an opportunity to bring a third-party claim.
In a third-party claim, the injured worker has the right to sue a party for causing or contributing to the accident. Third-party lawsuits are common in Ohio construction accidents, because there are often a variety of parties on the job site aside from the injury victim's employer.
Third-party claims are often brought against:
- Contractors, general contractors and subcontractors
- Property owners
- Safety device and equipment manufacturers (product defects)
The Donahey Law Firm provides free consultations to injured Ohio workers. To secure a discussion with an Ohio work accident attorney, contact us online or call 866-918-5886.
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