Ohio Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Since 1971
Under Ohio law, most workers injured in accidents on the job or suffering disabilities because of their job are entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits under the Ohio workers’ comp plan.
What is the value of your workers’ compensation claim? Call 440-951-6666 for a free, no-obligation assessment.
The team at Denman & Lerner Co., L.P.A., are leading workers’ compensation attorneys serving injured workers and their families in northeastern Ohio for more than 47 years. Because we handle workers’ compensation matters for employers, we know both sides of the table and use that knowledge when handling employee workers’ comp claims. Our firm is recognized as a prominent workers’ comp firm in the Cleveland region. We have offices in Mayfield Heights, Cleveland, Twinsburg, Independence, Mentor, Russell and Westlake.
“Workers’ compensation claims are complicated. Too often, employers fight hard to deny claims because they don’t want to see their insurance rates rise. The law says you are entitled. We have helped hundreds of workers get the money they need. We are ready to help you.” — Attorney Greg Garfinkel
When We Say We Handle Everything, We Mean Everything
You may be confused about where to turn for help after getting injured on the job. That’s why we’re here. We handle everything, from initial investigation and gathering records to preparing evidence and attending your hearings. We handle legal issues involving the following:
Have You Already Been Denied Benefits?
Our lawyers accept workers’ compensation claims at any point in the process. If you have been denied before, bring the matter to us. We’ll take over the case and give you a free assessment of where the problems are and whether we can honestly help you get the money you are fighting for.
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