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What to do when workers' compensation benefits are denied

Being denied workers' compensation benefits can have a significant impact on the lives of vulnerable workers during a difficult period of time after they have been injured in a workplace accident. It can leave injured workers feeling vulnerable and not knowing what to do.

When and how can injured workers receive workers' comp?

Injured workers may have many questions about the workers' compensation process that need answers. The workers' compensation system in Ohio provides important protections to injured workers who may have suffered harm at work because of an occupational illness or workplace accident causing injuries.

What do I do if my workers' compensation claim is denied?

If your claim for workers' compensation benefits is denied, it is important to know how to mobilize to ensure you are able to obtain he benefits you need. Workers who have a denied workers' compensation claim still have options to consider.

Different types of worker's compensation benefits can help

Injured workers may face many challenges following a workplace accident or injury which is why they need to be familiar with the variety of different types of benefits that may be available to help them. There are many different types of benefits available through workers' compensation so workers and their families should understand the full range of benefits and how they may meet the specific needs and struggles of injured workers after a workplace accident.

Workers' compensation benefits basics in Ohio

In Ohio, the workers' compensation process can help injured workers with the costs they face following a workplace injury or workplace illness. Workers' compensation insurance is insurance purchased by employers that covers employees, regardless of fault, who are injured at work in a workplace accident.

Do you have questions about the workers' compensation process?

You might have been aware of your work injury instantly. A sudden twist of the knee or a fall from a piece of equipment made it pretty obvious just what caused your pain and inability to work. However, not all work injuries are that obvious. Some are brought on slowly, by years and years of repetitive motion or exposure to some element that can cause chronic pain and some level of disability.

Scaffold injury at construction site could require workers' comp

If you have ever worked in the construction industry, you know how physically demanding the job is. While that can be a positive for many people, it can also have a downside. Since it requires so much physical ability and endurance, it can be quite crippling if a person is injured on the job at a construction site. Scaffold injuries are quite common amongst construction workers for a variety of reasons.

Unfamiliarity with workers' compensation process needn't stop you

Thinking about workers' compensation, you may be completely unfamiliar with the term. Workers' compensation is essentially an insurance program for employers, it protects them from damages in incidents or accidents at work that cause their employees injuries and ultimately, losses. Seeking workers' compensation benefits is generally an employee's right when they are injured on-the-job. This should or can be sought when a work accident injury has left you unable to work or unable to complete the work you were once able to do.

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