Stephen E. Mindzak Law Offices, LLC
Representing Workers Throughout Ohio

Workers' Compensation and Various Types of Workplace Injuries

When a workplace injury results in a broken bone, deep cut or severe burns, it is fairly difficult for a workers' compensation insurance provider to question whether an injury took place. Less obvious injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, neck and back injuries, occupational illnesses and other injuries that build up over a period of time may result in your initial workers' compensation claim being denied. Regardless of the nature of your injury, it is important to seek help from a lawyer who can help ensure you recover the benefits you deserve.

At Stephen E. Mindzak Law Offices, LLC, our attorney is a certified workers' compensation specialist who has handled all types of workplace injury claims in more than 25 years of legal practice. To schedule an initial consultation, call our law offices in Columbus at 614-221-1125.

Is Your Injury Work-Related?

In theory, the workers' compensation system in Ohio should be fairly simple: If you suffer a work-related injury, you are entitled to receive workers' comp benefits. In practice, employers and their insurance carriers deny valid workers' compensation claims all the time. This is especially true for injuries or occupational diseases that may not show symptoms until long after the initial harm occurred.

Any injury that arises out of performing a job-related duty should leave a worker eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits. This extends to all industries and professions, including white collar jobs. If an employee is working remotely from home and falls down the stairs at some point in the work day, he or she is likely eligible for workers' compensation. We can advise you as to the validity of your claim, and determine the best course of action for helping you receive the benefits to which you are entitled.

We Handle All Workplace Injuries. Contact Us For A Consultation.

If you have suffered any type of injury while working for your employer, you may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits. Even if your initial claim was denied, we can explore your options for appeal. Call us at 614-221-1125 or contact us online to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

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