You got hurt on the job. Now you can’t work. Your life has turned upside down.
You need help with your medical bills—and all your bills. You need it fast.
This is supposed to be the deal you get with workers’ compensation benefits: You can’t sue your employer for your injuries. In exchange for that, you get quick access to medical treatment and checks for lost wages that help you stay afloat and make it through a trying time.
The workers’ comp system in Ohio generally moves swiftly. But you can run into hold-ups and worries about losing the lifestyle you worked hard to build.
The attorneys at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can guide you through this process. We’re on the side of everyday, hard-working Ohioans, not big employers.
We can give you an idea of how long you’ll wait for benefits and what else to expect.
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How long does it take to get workers’ comp benefits? This is how workers’ comp benefits kick in after you’re injured on the job in Ohio:
Working with an experienced workers’ comp lawyer can help the process go more smoothly for you.
An attorney can make sure your forms, medical information, income information and more get submitted without mistakes that cost you delays or denials of your benefits.
To get an idea of where your case stands, you can have HNB provide an evaluation for free.Get My Free Case Review
Workers’ comp medical benefits should begin immediately after you’re injured on the job.