To injured workers in Montgomery County: The law firm of Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal is located in the heart of downtown Dayton and has been representing injured workers in the City of Dayton and throughout Montgomery County for over thirty-five years. We have been a part of Montgomery County’s changing economy with the loss of thousands of automobile manufacturing jobs. Montgomery County has endured the changing economy and still has over 535,000 residents and 223,943 households. Montgomery County’s population is the fifth largest of Ohio’s counties.
Many of the residents of Montgomery County continue to work in the manufacturing industry at locations such as Mahle Behr, Green Tokai, DMAX, and Reynolds & Reynolds. Many others work in the various service industries in physical type jobs, particularly the health care industry in hospitals and nursing homes. For this reason, a large number of physical work-related injuries occur every year which generate workers’ compensation claims.
The mission of Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal is to serve the needs of the injured and disabled workers in Montgomery County and to ensure that their rights are protected and that they receive the benefits provided by Ohio’s Workers’ Compensation Law. Many employers, particularly large employers in the manufacturing and health care industries, aggressively defend nearly all workers’ compensation claims filed against them and will take advantage of the unrepresented injured worker at every opportunity. For this reason, all injured workers should have competent and experienced legal counsel to represent them in their workers’ compensation claims.
Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal have represented successfully thousands of injured workers, most from the greater Dayton metropolitan area and Montgomery County. Our firm has represented injured workers against large employers and temporary service companies such as the following located in Montgomery County:
- Mahle Behr
- DMAX, Ltd.
- Green Tokai Co.
- Reynolds & Reynolds
- Avery Dennison
- Appvion (formerly Appleton Paper)
- Kettering Health Network (Including all major hospitals in the network)
- Premier Health Partners (including all major hospitals operated by Premier)
- StaffMark (formerly CBS Personnel Services)
- University of Dayton
- Montgomery County
- Crown Personnel Service
- City of Dayton
- Sinclair Community College
- AES Corp. – Dayton Power & Light
- Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority
- Belcan Personnel Services
- Proctor & Gamble
- Time Warner Cable
- Danis Construction
- Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley
- Cox Enterprises
- Patrick Staffing
- Dayton Superior
- Ferguson Construction
- Miller-Valentine Group
Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal’s many years of representing injured workers in claims involving employers from Montgomery County provides our attorneys and paralegals with the knowledge, familiarity, and experience necessary to deliver quality legal services to our clients. In addition, the attorneys of Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal are familiar with the local Common Pleas Courts, Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, and Industrial Commission which adjudicate workers’ compensation claims for the residents of Montgomery County. Our firm represents workers’ compensation clients from nearly every community in Montgomery County, including Kettering, Centerville, Englewood, Clayton, Brookville, Miamisburg, West Carrollton, Germantown, Huber Heights, Trotwood, Riverside, Moraine, Carlisle, and Vandalia. These communities and their residents are a central focus of the workers’ compensation practice of Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal, and we make every effort to deliver experienced legal representation when the need arises.
If you are searching for a law firm with vast experience with Ohio workers’ compensation law and many years of representing injured workers against companies, both large and small, located in Dayton and Montgomery County, please consider Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal. We promise to provide excellent legal service and protect your rights in the workers’ compensation system. This is our pledge to our clients.