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Delaware, OH, 43015
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Workers’ Compensation

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Workers’ Compensation Claims

Sometimes, the unexpected occurs. An accident that happens in the workplace, or even while driving in a car or truck for work, injures you, leaving you with expensive medical bills and unable to work for an extended period of time. How will you make ends meet and support your family while you recover?

If you have been injured on the job, a workers’ compensation attorney can help you get compensation for your injuries, so you and your family will be supported while you recover.

Even if you have a pre-existing condition, this does not mean that you will be denied benefits. If your condition was worsened by a workplace injury, you may still have a claim to benefits.

The Delaware workers’ compensation attorneys at Calhoun, Kademenos & Childress will tirelessly and compassionately handle your case to its resolution. We will listen to your needs, explain all of your options, and do everything possible to protect your rights and get the compensation that you and your family need and deserve.

Our attorneys understand that you have major financial concerns during this challenging time. Because of this, we handle our workers’ compensation cases on a contingency basis.

Call Us Within 14 Days to Appeal a Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim

You have the right to appeal a workers’ compensation claim that was denied. Time is crucial in appealing a denied claim. Contact our firm within 14 days of the denial of your claim to begin the appeal process and get the benefits you deserve. Our firm’s attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to amend your claim to successful resolution.

Many people with legitimate workplace injuries find that they have been denied benefits because of misfiled paperwork or other technical errors. Often, employees are unaware that they are required to provide proof of the injury in the form of medical documentation to the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. If your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, we can help.