Cleveland Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
A work injury can occur under a variety of circumstances. All jobs come with inherent risks, and most companies have safety precautions in place in an effort to reduce the possibility for injuries. Unfortunately, individuals are still getting hurt. This is why workers’ compensation exists. It can, however, be difficult to obtain the funds you deserve without the help of an experienced attorney.
Experienced Cuyahoga County Workplace Injury Lawyers
Workers’ compensation is a complex area of law. Cases move quickly and there are timing limitations. This can be very difficult to understand when you are injured. At Wincek & DeRosa, we are dedicated to working efficiently and thoroughly as we represent individuals who have experienced a variety of injuries, including:
- Serious back injuries
- Major joint injuries
- Orthopedic injuries
- Workplace stress and heart attacks
- Sprains, strains or fractures
- Repetitive injuries
- Carpal tunnel
- Torn rotator cuffs
Our clients’ top concern is usually losing hours and pay at work. Workers’ compensation was designed to help cover lost wages. In fact, there are different types of compensation that are available depending on your situation such as temporary total disability, wage replacement compensation or lost time compensation.
Depending on the severity of your injury, you could require long-term medical care and therapy. This can impact your ability to return to work. Vocational rehabilitation can give you the training you need to find a job that is more suitable for your condition. Workers’ compensation should cover these expenses, and yet, many employers are reluctant to offer coverage.
Our Ohio attorneys will carefully investigate the circumstances of your injury and the events that led up to it. We will listen carefully to your goals and concerns as we mindfully prepare a case that is tailored to your specific needs. We have decades of experience working with injured employees, their employers, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, and the Ohio Industrial Commission. companies. We believe that if your employer has a reputable, experienced law firm on its side, so should you.