cincinnati work Injury AttorneysGetting injured at work can result in a confusing and frustrating workmans comp experience. Whether your injury requires physical therapy or extensive surgery, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) claim process can pose challenges you may not wish to tackle alone.

Many Ohio Injured Workers Go Through this Difficult Process

If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a work injury, you may have some very troubling issues arise.

 

  1. What if I can’t work?
  2. How will I get paid?
  3. Who will pay for my treatment bills?
  4. Why is my claim being denied?
  5. What now?

These are just a few of some commonly asked question our law firm tackles for Ohio workers on a routine basis.

Each Ohio worker and Each Injury Is Unique

There is no concrete formula on how to process a workers comp claim. Each Ohio worker and each injury is unique, and therefore each claim needs to be handled accordingly. An injury to a shoulder or a knee on an individual who operates a forklift for a living will likely need to be handled differently than a low back injury to a school teacher, for example.

McKenzie & Snyder Has Extensive Workmans Comp Experience

Our firm has extensive experience dealing with workers compensation claims. We have tackled countless hearings at local Ohio Industrial Commission offices. We provide free consultations where you can sit down and speak with a lawyer face to face about your claim and determine what is the best course of action for you. Call today (513-737-5180) or use the form to the right to schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our firm.

McKenzie & Snyder LLP represents injured employees from Oxford, Hamilton, West Chester, Loveland, Fairfield, Avondale, Reading, Forest Park, Milford, Lebanon, Colerain, College Hill, Mt Healthy, Finneytown, Ross, Monroe, Cheviot, and more…

“We don’t get paid until You get paid!”