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Yes, You Should Hire a Certified Specialist Attorney
Protect Yourself & Your Family!
Act Now - There are time limits!
Don't let the System take advantage of you!
You Need a Board Certified Ohio Workers'
Compensation Specialist in your corner
A Certified Specilaist fighting to get YOU the Maximum
Money Awards & Medical Benefits
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Payment of Medical Bills - Who's going to pay for the Medical Bills and Prescriptions?
Calculations for Payment of Money Awards - The Full Weekly Wage and The Average Weekly Wage
Temporary Total Disability - Money Award You're Paid When You Can't Work due to your Injuries
Wage Loss Compensation - Money Award Supplement Upon Returning to work with restrictions, if you suffer a reduction in pay
Facial Disfigurement - Money Award for Disfiguring Injury to Your Appearance
Depression / Anxiety - An Additional Award for Depression, Anxiety, and/or Emotional Overlay Flow through Injury When Your work accident Negatively Affects Your Life, Your Relationships With Family Members and Friends
Permanent Partial Disability - Money Award You're Entitled to Seek Due to Residual Injury Limitations - The Injury Award
Amputation - Ankylosis - Contracture Awards - Injured by a punch press or other mechanical device in your workshop or factory? You are entitled to see award for the loss. Anykylosis and Contracture awards are given when your finger joints don't bend or are frozen, even in the absence of an amputation.
Permanent Total Disability - Money You Receive When You Can Never Return to Any Type of Work
Lump Sum Settlement - Settling Your Claim for a Lump Sum Cash Award - Older Claims have Value Too! Before you do anything - Discuss your claim with a Certified Specialist! You can seek settlement of your claim at any time. Even if you don't agree with the BWC offer, you can file as many times as you like to see if the settlement offer will increase.
Violation of Specific Safety Rules - When Your Employer doesn't follow the Rules you may be entitled to additional money awards
Death Claims - How a Family Is Protected in the Event of a Work Related Death
Board Certified Ohio Work Comp Specialist
Mike Gruhin, "The Work Comp Specialist", Board Certified Ohio Workers' Compensation Specialist Attorney gets Cleveland and Northeast Ohio's injured workers all the benefits to which they are entitled.
Ohio Workers' Compensation Laws (Ohio BWC) are complicated and constantly changing. An injured worker needs a Board Certified Specialist Cleveland Ohio Lawyer in their corner. Get a Certified Specialist Attorney located in Cleveland Ohio to help with your Ohio Work Comp Claim.
Let Mike Gruhin, Certified Specialist, in Cleveland Ohio, together with his team of lawyers, and experienced staff assist you through the Ohio BWC bureaucratic maze and legal mumbo jumbo. The system is too complicated to navigate alone.
Cleveland Certified Specialist Ohio Work Comp Lawyer fighting in your corner to get you all of the money awards and medical benefits to which you are entitled. Mike Gruhin is experienced at fighting claim denials and disputed claim requests.
The Ohio BWC and your employer have attorneys representing their interests. Their job is to fight your claim and benefits you seek. OhioBWC claims are complicated—without a Board Certified Specialist lawyer on your side, you may not get the benefits to which you are entitled. Protect yourself - get top dollar awards and the medical benefits to which you are entitled. You need Mike Gruhin, "The Comp Specialist" on your side. In Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, get The Specialist Lawyer for your Ohio workers' compensation claim.
Types of compensation
Need help obtaining compensation for time off work, medical care, additional allowances related to any type of on-the-job injury. Did you know that you don't need to miss any time from work to pursue money benefits and medical care from a work injury?
Mike Gruhin, Cleveland Ohio Work Comp Lawyer has an extensive track record in obtaining top dollar awards, medical benefits, and top dollar settlements to compensate injured Ohio workers, including, but not limited to:
- Lost wages. Whether your wage loss is temporary or permanent, the law provides for compensation.
- Payment of medical bills. Mike Gruhin helps injured workers obtain compensation for medical expenses, and guides his clients through the bureaucratic maze to get claims processed correctly when authorization of treatment is denied by the OhioBWC or the Ohio BWC MCO.
- Obtaining therapy for Physical and Psychological injuries.
The following are among the injuries that are recognizable by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation:
- Degenerative disc diseases
- Degenerative joint disease
- Psychological disorders
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
- Back and neck strains and sprains
- Loss of sight or hearing
- Aggravation of pre-existing conditions
- Repetitive trauma claims
- Flow-through injuries
- Loss of use
- Torn ligaments
- 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
- Occupational disease claims
- Burns and scars
- Head trauma
- Brain injuries
Call Mike Gruhin, "The Work Comp Specialist", Cleveland Ohio work comp attorney for an Ohio BWC work comp free no-obligation consultation
PLEASE BROWSE OUR SITE for a complete overview of Ohio Workers' Compensation Claims: Check Out All of the Menu Link Topics for Information on Ohio BWC Claims. When you get hurt on the job, you need Mike Gruhin, The Workers' Compensation Specialist.
If you've been injured in Cuyahoga County, Lake County, Lorain County, Summit County, Wayne County, Geauga County, and other Ohio location, you need a lawyer. Contact us for a a free and confidential legal consultation.
Gruhin & Gruhin, Attorneys represents clients in the greater Cleveland area and Northeast Ohio, including Ashland County, Ashtabula County, Columbiana County, Cuyahoga County, Erie County, Geauga County, Huron County, Lake County, Lorain County, Mahoning County, Medina County, Portage County, Richland County, Stark County, Summit County, Trumbull County, and Wayne County and the cities of Cleveland, Akron, Ashland, Ashtabula, Barberton, Canton, Conneaut, Cuyahoga Falls, Elyria, Lorain, Mansfield, Massillon, Medina, Mentor, Parma, Sandusky, Stow, Warren, and Youngstown, Ohio.
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