1. What is workers compensation?

Every employer, with a few exceptions, is required by Ohio state law to provide workers’ compensation benefits for employees who suffer from work-related illnesses or injuries. These benefits are designed to cover lost wages, loss of future earnings, vocational rehabilitation expenses, and medical bills.

Sometimes workers’ compensation claims are rejected, leaving injured workers without the coverage they need. That’s why you need the help of an Ohio workers’ compensation lawyer who knows the legal system and can stand up for your rights as an injured employee.

2. How does workers’ compensation work?

Depending on the severity of your injury, there are many different kinds of Ohio workers’ compensation benefits available. The process of filing a claim can be complicated, and you may encounter road blocks along the way. A workers’ compensation attorney from Nurenberg Paris can help make sure you receive all the benefits you are owed.

3. Does workers’ comp pay for lost wages?

Ohio workers’ compensation benefits usually covers lost wages under Temporary Total Compensation (TT) for a person who is unable to return to work on a temporary basis. If you suffer from a permanent total disability (PTD), there are benefits available to help compensate for the permanent loss of your future wages.

4. How much does workers’ comp pay?

The amount of compensation you are eligible to receive for your work-related accident is determined by the severity and duration of your injuries. A workers’ comp lawyer from our firm can help make sure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation possible for your injuries.

5. How much does a workers’ compensation lawyer cost?

At Nurenberg Paris, our Ohio workers’ compensation attorneys work off of a contingency fee basis—which means that you owe us nothing unless we settle your claim.