You didn’t ask to be in this spot—hurt and missing work because of it. Now, your reality is trying to pay the bills without a regular income.
As a medical professional, it’s normally your job to take care of people in need. Now you’re the one who needs care—and you deserve the best.
That should be provided through workers’ compensation benefits. The financial support it provides can prevent a financial disaster and let you maintain the lifestyle you worked hard to earn.
But sometimes, it’s not that easy.
The workers’ comp lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal have decades of experience making sure people just like you are fairly compensated for workplace injuries.
Our law firm helps health-care employees in Ohio who are having trouble getting full workers’ comp benefits—whether you’re dealing with a denial or your benefits have been terminated.
We’ll fight for you. That’s why they say “Helping me, that’s HNB.”Talk to HNB
You feel vulnerable. Unprotected. In your mind, it should be simple: I got hurt on the job, so I should get workers’ comp.
The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics found in 2017 that some health-care providers— such as registered nurses and nursing assistants—are among the most commonly injured workers in the United States.
Here are some common situations we see with medical professionals getting injured at work:
Here’s what you could be eligible for:
Sometimes your best option is negotiating a settlement that pays you in exchange for ending your claim.
The process can be complicated and emotional. Call HNB today—we’ll help you sort out everything so you can focus on feeling your best.
We’ll even give you a free evaluation.Get My Free Case Review
The medical professionals’ workers’ compensation lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal fight for all the benefits due to you.