Helping You Pursue Disability, Lost Wages and Medical Claims
Statistics show that injured workers who are represented by an attorney tend to receive more workers' compensation benefits than those who represent themselves. At Lallo & Feldman we know what you're up against and we know how to prevent setbacks and claim denials.
We understand you are probably going through a very emotional time. Dealing with the pain of an injury, the challenge of recovery, mounting medical bills and financial hardship caused by lost wages can be scary.
Contact us for a free consultation at 866-605-0236. We have offices located in Lake County and downtown Cleveland in order to best serve clients throughout Northeast Ohio.
What Benefits Can I Receive for My Workplace Injury?
If you were injured at work or you are suffering from an illness caused by a dangerous work environment, your workers' compensation claim can include a variety of benefits, such as payment for the following:
- Medical costs
- Death or survivor benefits
- Amputations or loss of use
- Lost wages
- Working and/or nonworking wage loss
- Temporary total disability
- Permanent partial disability
- Lump sum settlement
- Lump sum advancement
- Permanent total disability
- Safety violations
- Intentional torts
It is important to note that these are just a few of the potential benefits. Each injury and each claim is different. For example, if you have lost a limb in a work accident, our attorneys may also pursue further compensation.
The laws are changing at a rapid pace. Such as, an employer can require you to return to a light duty job which could create an adverse effect on your benefits. You must speak with an attorney for the proper advice. Your employer has a lawyer, so should you.
Contact Us for More Information
To find out what workers' compensation benefits you may be entitled to above and beyond a medical claim, contact us online. You can also call our Lake County or Cleveland office at 866-605-0236 to schedule a free consultation.
In most cases, our fees are on a contingency basis on benefits achieved other than your wages. Therefore, if we do not achieve for you a money award, you owe us nothing.