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Am I Covered Under Ohio’s Workers’ Compensation Code?

If you were injured on the job while working in Ohio, you are probably covered under Ohio’s Workers’ Compensation Code. Here are the things that Ohio Revised Code 4123 requires injured workers to prove to have their claim allowed: That you were actually employed by the company you are filing a … [Read more...]

Lawrence & Associates Help a Client Offered Too Little By Her Workers’ Comp Carrier Get a Settlement for 10 times More!

Everyday employees are injured while on the job and everyday employers and insurance companies try to deny those injuries have happened on the job because they are trying to minimize the value of claims. Our goal is to help our clients get the medical care they need to recover as much as possible. … [Read more...]

Lawrence & Associates Get a Prisoner Temporary Total Disability (TTD) and Surgery for an Accident That Happened While He Was Working

Everyday employees are injured while on the job and everyday employers and insurance companies try to deny those injuries have happened on the job because they are trying to minimize the value of claims. Our goal is to help our clients get the medical care they need to recover as much as possible. … [Read more...]

Lawrence & Associates Get a Settlement for a Client After His Employer Denied Treatment and Refused To Pay Temporary Total Disability

Everyday employees are injured while on the job and everyday employers and insurance companies try to deny those injuries have happened on the job because they are trying to minimize the value of claims. Our goal is to help our clients get the medical care they need to recover as much as possible. … [Read more...]

Do I Have to Pay Back My Workers’ Compensation Claim If I Win My Lawsuit?

Many people who have been injured on the job have two claims in one:  they are able to file a claim against their employer for workers’ compensation coverage and they are able to sue another company in the court system for their role in causing the personal injury. Common situations where this … [Read more...]

Lawrence & Associates Gets a Workers’ Compensation Settlement For a Client With Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Everyday employees are injured while on the job and everyday employers and insurance companies try to deny those injuries have happened on the job because they are trying to minimize the value of claims. Our goal is to help our clients get the medical care they need to recover as much as possible. … [Read more...]

What Are The Typical Fees In a Worker’s Compensation Case?

Worker's compensation fees are set by statute and we can't deviate from that. In 2014, the law says the fee is 20% of the first $25,000, then 15% of the next $10,000, and then 5% of anything after that, up to a cap of $12,000.00. Money awarded to a client for medical expenses are not figured into … [Read more...]

Some Insurance Companies Employ Private Investigators to Find Evidence Against Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

If you have a workers’ compensation claim and your gut is telling you that someone may be following you….your gut may be correct. Many insurance companies employ private investigators to find evidence that a claimant is healthy enough to return to work or that a claimant is earning income while … [Read more...]

Lawrence & Associates Help an Employee of a Hospital Who Denied That She Was Injured On the Job

Everyday employees are injured while on the job and everyday employers and insurance companies try to deny those injuries have happened on the job because they are trying to minimize the value of claims. Our goal is to help our clients get the medical care they need to recover as much as possible. … [Read more...]

How is a Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Attorney Paid?

Kentucky workers’ compensation attorneys are paid on a contingency fee basis. The easiest way to understand this is to realize that any payments made to your attorney are contingent on the attorney obtaining compensation for you, whether it be back due temporary total disability payments or a … [Read more...]