Pursuing a lawsuit or disability application alone can be very scary. You are in unfamiliar territory, and you have likely found yourself in a deluge of paperwork, legal jargon, and medical terminology. You’ve probably never done this before, but on the other side is a corporation or a government agency who does this every day. Furthermore, they probably have an attorney fighting for them – and against you. Sometimes it can seem like the deck is stacked against you.
We take pride in our ability to even the odds. We do this every day, and we’re good at it. Hiring an experienced, skilled attorney ensures that when you go into a hearing or trial, you do so with the best preparation, organization, and legal argument possible. Additionally, you will know that all deadlines are met and all paperwork has been submitted, taking the burden off you.
Whether you have come to us for workers’ compensation, Social Security disability, personal injury, OPERS disability retirement, wrongful termination, harassment, or something else, you can be sure you have someone in your corner every step of the way.
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The Ohio workers compensation system also covers lung diseases, cancers, and skin conditions caused by workplace exposures to toxic chemicals and harmful substances. Employees must know, however, that issues related to the statute of limitations, the development of disabling symptoms, and confirmed diagnoses loom large in workers comp claims stemming from industrial illnesses. Speaking with a workers compensation attorney who has a well-established network of health professionals to offer expert analysis can also help a sick worker find the medical care he or she needs.
Let the Columbus Ohio based workers compensation lawyers with Agee Clymer Mitchell & Portman know how they may be of service to you as you apply for or appeal a decision on Ohio workers compensation benefits. We offer free consultations, so call (614) 221-3318 to request an appointment or connect with us online.