Workers Compensation

Cleveland Workplace Psychological Injury Attorneys


Often times individuals find that a serious or traumatic injury at work has behavioral health consequences. A workplace injury can sometimes result in an emotional disorder, for instance, anxiety or depression. Physical injury may give rise to chronic pain, a loss of independence, and chronic, unresolved stress. Physical injury may cause long absences from work.  Depression and anxiety may result.   


You miss time from work, require months of ongoing treatment, and you can no longer engage in the activities or hobbies you enjoyed before your workplace injury. You may not be able to return to your job because of physical restrictions. At Wincek & DeRosa, we understand that this is enough to bring anyone down. Some injured workers may even require psychological or psychiatric counseling to help them return to work, or keep healthy enough to stay employed.


Thorough Psychiatric Illness Lawyers


In Ohio, those suffering from mental health issues are eligible for workers’ compensation if their problems resulted from a work-related injury or disease. If you developed depression or other mental health issues following your workplace injury, you may be eligible for additional benefits through workers’ compensation, including medical benefits such as treatment and medication.


The attorneys at Wincek & DeRosa are experienced helping injured workers get the mental health benefits they deserve. Please contact us today for a free consultation. We will help you evaluate whether you should apply for workers’ compensation benefits for your psychological condition. Even if you’re not eligible for workers’ compensation, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability because of Mental Illness.