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Workers' Compensation

With over 25 years of experience, we can help you win your case

Workers' Compensation Attorneys in Columbus, Dayton, Mansfield, Lima, and Canton, Ohio

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Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

At the Badnell & Dick Company, we have over 20 years of experience representing and fighting for hardworking individuals across the state of Ohio who has been injured on the job.  We also make sure that our clients receive the best possible representation by having a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist and Ohio Super Lawyer supervise every one of our workers’ compensation cases.  Our experienced attorneys and staff have the resources and know-how to help you obtain the maximum benefits to which you are entitled.  We have helped countless individuals navigate through this process by providing assistance with, for example:

  • Contacting physicians to provide proof of a compensation claim
  • File new claims on the client’s behalf
  • Negotiate ongoing weekly benefits and rates
  • Get unpaid medical bills paid
  • Cross-examine insurance company doctors about opinions that hurt the client’s case
  • Cross-examine employer’s witnesses who contradict the employee’s story of how the accident happened.
  • Obtain a judgment of permanency to compensate for future lost wages.

So, when Results Matter, call the Badnell & Dick Company at 1-800-234-9511 to speak directly with an attorney who has the experience you need to obtain your workers’ compensation benefits.

Fighting for Your Maximum Benefits in Your Workers’ Compensation Case

Injured employees will likely receive their maximum benefits from workers’ compensation insurance when using the skills of an experienced attorney. This is because the lawyer has a comprehensive understanding of the Ohio workers’ compensation system and can navigate their client through the process.

It is especially important to hire a skilled attorney if the employee has been denied their benefits, or have not received adequate compensation. In addition, many times the employee will report their injuries days or weeks after the incident, because they fear to lose their job.

An attorney can also make sure that physicians other than the employer-approved doctors examine the claimant. This ensures the employee has the medical documentation needed to support their claim for benefits.

It is essential to file for workers’ compensation benefits for any injuries or illnesses related to the workplace. This is the only way to be assured that the claim is accepted and the benefits are paid on time.

When RESULTS MATTER, choose the Badnell & Dick Company.