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Ensuring Injured Workers in Ohio Receive the Benefits They Deserve

Navigating Ohio's workers' compensation system can be complex and constantly changing. For those who have suffered from a work-related injury, it is crucial to have an experienced attorney who can assist in filing a claim. That is where Gardner Law comes in. Our team of skilled attorneys, trained paralegals, and staff are dedicated to helping injured individuals through the Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) system.

Gardner Law has a proven track record of helping injured workers obtain the workers' comp benefits they deserve. Our legal staff handles thousands of hearings before the Ohio Industrial Commission each year. Whether it's addressing medical bill payments, lost wages, or adding new conditions to a claim or settlement, our workers' compensation team works tirelessly to ensure a successful outcome for our clients. Let Gardner Law be your trusted advocate in your workers' compensation claim.

Gardner Law Workers’ Compensation Team is Experienced at Combating Claim Challenges and Disputing Claim Denials

Your workers' compensation claim can face challenges from your employer or the Bureau of Workers' Compensation, which can lead to delayed or denied benefits. Your employer and the BWC may even hire attorneys to deny your claim or benefits, making it essential to have an experienced workers' compensation lawyer on your side. At Gardner Law, we understand the complexities of these situations and the importance of protecting your rights to full and fair compensation.

No matter the issue, whether it's a problem with medical bill payments, lost wages, or adding new conditions to your claim or settlement, our workers' compensation staff is dedicated to achieving a successful outcome for our clients. We can provide guidance on various workers' compensation issues, including toxic exposure injuries, employer retaliation, and navigating the workers' comp process in Ohio.

Additionally, we can help you understand the types of injuries that workers' comp covers, the types of benefits available, and how to address mass torts or medical malpractice issues in Ohio. We can also answer your questions about how long you can be on workers' comp in Ohio and the statute of limitations for personal injury. With a trusted workers' compensation lawyer from Gardner Law on your side, you can rest assured that your rights to fair compensation are protected.

Types of Compensation

Gardner Law's workers' compensation attorneys assist clients in obtaining compensation for any type of on-the-job injury, including those that only require minimal time away from work, such as a broken bone or minor concussion. However, many injuries result in some level of disability, and Ohio state law covers the following:

Total disability: This includes situations where you experience a total loss of function, whether temporary or permanent. Partial disability: When you experience a total loss of function in a body part, such as your arms, legs, or an internal bodily function, it's considered a partial disability. You can experience temporary or permanent partial disability.

Our workers' compensation lawyers have an impressive track record of obtaining settlements to compensate injured workers for a range of workers' compensation benefits, including lost wages, reimbursement for therapy, and payment of medical bills. Workers' comp law provides compensation for both temporary and permanent wage loss. Our attorneys help injured workers obtain compensation for medical expenses and provide guidance through the process of obtaining additional allowances, such as vocational rehabilitation, to return to work or find a new job.

At Gardner Law, we understand the challenges that come with workplace injuries, and our experienced workers' compensation attorneys are committed to helping clients obtain the compensation they deserve.

There are a variety of injuries that are recognized by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, including:

Degenerative disc diseases

Herniated discs

Brain Trauma

Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)

Back and neck strains and sprains

Loss of sight or hearing


Burns and scars

Aggravation of pre-existing conditions

Repetitive trauma claims

Flow-through injuries

Loss of use




Anxiety, stress, and depression


Bulging discs

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Heart attacks


Head and facial disfigurement

Death claims for exposure to chemicals or radiation

Dependents’ claims


Head trauma

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