Union County Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Protecting Workers’ Rights Throughout Ohio
Bridges, Jillisky, Streng, Weller & Gullifer, LLC has helped thousands of workers throughout Ohio seek and receive workers' compensation benefits. Attorneys Bob Bridges and Nancy Jillisky have more than 40 years of combined experience in workers' compensation cases. Our firm represents clients throughout all phases of the workers' compensation system, from initial filings to workers' compensation appeals.
We offer a free consultation to new clients! Contact us online or call (937) 403-9033 to speak with Union County workers' comp lawyers.
Workers' Compensation Benefits in Ohio
People who are represented by an attorney are more likely to receive workers' compensation benefits. In many cases, injured workers are eligible for several forms of workers' compensation benefits.
These benefits may include:
- Wage Loss Benefits
- Facial Disfigurement
- Medical Care
- Vocational Rehabilitation
- Temporary and/or Permanent Disability Payments
To successfully receive benefits, you must compile the necessary evidence to prove the nature of your injury. However, in Ohio, you do not necessarily have to prove fault. With the help of an Ohio lawyer, you can make sure that your needs and circumstances are accurately communicated and that nothing falls through the cracks in your pursuit of compensation.
Get the Workers' Compensation Settlement You Deserve
If you have suffered an on the job injury, you have a right to pursue workers' compensation benefits. In cases involving an injury caused by a third party, you may also have a right to pursue a personal injury lawsuit for additional compensation.
At Bridges, Jillisky, Streng, Weller & Gullifer, LLC, we are passionate about pursuing justice on behalf of those injured by the negligence of others. Don’t take this case on alone, let our experienced Union County workers’ compensation attorneys put decades of collective experience to work for you and fight for the compensation you deserve. We handle workers' compensation cases throughout Ohio.
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Contact our firm today for more information about your options.