Dayton, OH Workplace Accident Lawyer
Our Dayton, OH law firm puts your workplace accident first
Have you been hurt at work in Dayton? Unable to do your job or perform other regular tasks? Don't simply assume that your problems will solve themselves. If you're having a hard time getting the money you deserve for your workplace injury, make sure you have an experienced, Dayton workplace accident attorney who knows the law on your side. Make sure you contact Hochman & Plunkett Co., L.P.A.
Our lawyers have more than 150 years of combined legal experience handling such complex cases in Montgomery County and throughout Ohio. We're familiar with Ohio's rules and regulations involving workplace accidents. We know how to fill out the necessary forms to receive workers' compensation benefits. We can also help you explore other avenues for obtaining compensation for your workplace injury. We leave no stone unturned.
What type of workplace accident are you dealing with in Dayton?
Workplace injuries or accidents in Dayton can cover a wide range. Sometimes, such injuries occur due to a single, sudden incident. Other times, such work-related injuries take months or years to develop. Examples of both types of injuries include:
- Repetitive stress injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome.
- Head injuries, including Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs).
- Neck injuries, including neck strain and severe neck pain.
- Spinal cord injuries, including paralysis.
- Back injuries, including herniated discs, sprained back muscles, etc.
- Leg injuries, including broken bones, amputation, etc.
- Arm injuries, including broken bones, sprained muscles, etc.
- Hand injuries, broken bones, amputation, nerve damage, etc.
Whatever type of workplace injury you're dealing with, make sure you understand options available to you. Make sure you talk to a lawyer at our law firm.
Why do I need a Dayton, OH workplace accident attorney?
In many cases, your medical bills and other expenses related to your Dayton workplace injury will be covered workers' compensation. But there are also often other available options, depending on the nature of your injury. In particular, you may be able to file a third-party workplace accident lawsuit if your injuries were caused by someone working for another company. Such a situation might sound rare but can be quite common at construction sites, where several companies often work at the same time.
The bottom line is it's important to understand the different options available to you in Ohio. That's why you need a lawyer who knows Ohio's laws as well as how the legal system actually works in Montgomery County. You can count on our Dayton workplace accident lawyers to work tirelessly for you. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation at our Dayton, Ohio office.