Attorneys Fighting for the Rights of Injured Workers

Your Resource for Workers' Compensation Claims in Ohio

According to the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC), over 100,000 workers' compensation claims are filed each year. Billions of dollars are being spent on employee injuries every year. Needless to say, employers, managed care organizations (MCOs) and the BWC are quick to find any reason to deny a workers' compensation claim.

At Lallo & Feldman, we have extensive experience representing injured workers. Contact us online or call 866-605-0236 to schedule a free consultation. We offer legal guidance from an attorney who is a Board Certified Specialist in Workers' Compensation.

There are deadlines for pursuing workers' compensation claims, so it's important to speak with a qualified lawyer as soon as possible following an injury or illness.

Protecting You After a Workplace Injury

In the State of Ohio, any employee who is injured on the job or suffers from an occupational disease or repetitive motion condition may file a workers' compensation claim. This is applicable whether it is the fault of the employee, the employer or a third party. It does not matter whether the injured party has missed any time from work or has not been on the job for days, weeks, months or indefinitely.

The BWC and employers may tell you that you don't need an attorney, however they have one, and so should you. The attorneys at Lallo & Feldman know all the important steps to take, and will work with you to:

  • Identify evidence
  • Determine workers' compensation benefits
  • File claims and attend hearings
  • File appeals when necessary
  • Evaluate rehabilitation programs
  • Achieve maximum benefits

To learn more about how to protect your rights following an injury, review our workers' compensation quick advice.

Seeking Workers' Compensation for Past Injuries

If you were injured in the past and have old claims that you may have thought were insignificant, you may still be entitled to a settlement. Many of our clients don't come to us until several years after an injury. The best way to find out if you can still qualify for new or additional workers' compensation benefits is to speak with a knowledgeable attorney. Let us look into it for you so you don't miss out on the benefits you deserve.

Time May Be Running Out

If you are interested in making a claim or extending your benefits due to on-going health problems, contact us today. Call the law office of Lallo & Feldman in Lake County and the greater Cleveland, Ohio, area at 866-605-0236. We operate on contingency fee arrangements for all workers' compensation cases.