Workers' Compensation

INJURED ON THE JOB? MEDICAL BILLS NOT BEING PAID? NO MONEY COMING IN?

When you've been hurt on the job, the last thing you want to deal with is medical bills not being paid or a loss of income. Call the Workers' Compensation attorneys representing clients in Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne, Carroll and Portage counties.

HAD A SERIOUS INJURY?  YOU NEED SERIOUS ATTORNEYS.

Marsh & Mittas represents injured workers who suffered severe burns at work, were buried in excavation sites, fell with collapsed buildings, lost a limb due to faulty machinery and who suffered many other serious work injuries. You don't expect to get hurt, when you go to work. You shouldn't have to deal with mounting medical bills and no income.      

OHIO LAW DOES ALLOW AN INJURED WORKER TO SUE AN EMPLOYER IN SOME CASES

In some cases, called intentional torts, an injured worker may be permitted to file a separate lawsuit against the employer in addition to the Workers' Compensation benefits. These situations are rare. Attorneys Bobbie L. Marsh and William G. Mittas will meet with you and determine if you have an intentional tort case.

OHIO LAW DOES PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION, WHEN YOU ARE INJURED, AS A RESULT OF THE EMPLOYER FAILING TO TAKE THE PROPER SAFETY MEASURES

With a Violation of a Specific Safety Requirement, the employer is ordered to pay a percentage of compensation to the injured worker, as punishment. Ohio law provides a listing with the specific safety requirements that employers in a specific industry must follow to protect their workers.

Contact Marsh & Mittas and we will listen to how you got hurt at work and deal with the Workers' Compensation system to make sure your rights are protected. 

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