Attorney at Law







The Ohio Workers’ Compensation system is a no-fault insurance system that provides for the payment of lost wages, medical services and other benefits when an employee suffers an injury, develops an illness, or dies from an incident arising out of their employment.  This system was established by the State of Ohio and covers the employees of both private and public employers.  There are no costs for this insurance to the employee and benefits are determined by the extent of injury and the needs of the claimant.


The Ohio Worker’s Compensation system is slow, cumbersome, and discouraging.  The system is slow because there are numerous appeal windows and waiting periods that must be observed before a final determination is made.  The system is cumbersome in that it requires a slew of paperwork be completed by multiple parties.  Lastly, the system is discouraging because there are frequent initial denies with limited explanation.  Employers take advantage of this system by hiring professional representatives to fight your claim at every level in an effort to pay as little as possible.


If you have sustained an injury while working, it is important to have an experienced advocate on your side to guide your claim through the process and to ensure that you receive all of the benefits that you are entitled.  Those benefits could include:

  • Payment of medical bills;
  • Compensation for temporary disability;
  • Compensation for permanent disability;
  • Wage loss;
  • Living maintenance;
  • Vocational rehabilitation; and
  • Reimbursement for specific travel expenses.

Since 2008, I have been an advocate for injured workers.  I take the time to ensure my clients are well informed, that claims have been properly investigated and documented, and that I am prepared for each and every proceeding.  I am a compassionate and zealous activist for my clients. For my clients I have:

  • Investigated injuries to determine coverage;
  • Appealed denied claims, conditions, or treatment;
  • Negotiated settlements of claims;
  • Obtained compensation and payment of bills; and
  • Participated in all levels of litigation, including trial.

Do not fight the system alone.  I want to assist you in your return to work as soon as possible while also holding your employer responsible and making the Workers’ Compensation system work for you.  Please contact me now to schedule a free initial consultation.