Settling Workers' Compensation Claims In Ohio
Workers who are receiving benefits and compensation from a workers' compensation claim have the ability to settle their claim for a lump sum. Many workers and their families do not realize this. Future benefits have a cash value and can be settled for an immediate payoff. Some of the benefit types that can act as the basis for such a settlement include:
- Structured payments
- Permanent total disability
- Death claims
For those who have already gone through the process and have secured workers' compensation benefits that they will be receiving in the future, this process allows you to cash in those benefits for immediate compensation.
Our attorneys are skilled in helping injured workers and their families make the most of future workers' compensation benefits.
More Than 150 Years Of Combined Experience Fighting For Our Clients' Rights
At Hochman & Plunkett, we understand the fact that a family's financial needs may be such that a lump sum is more advantageous than benefits that will arrive in the future. We are highly effective at maximizing the amount that our clients can obtain in exchange for their benefits. Our attorneys are committed to offering real help to injured workers and their families.
Is Settling Your Workers' Compensation Claim An Attractive Option?
For individuals who are uncertain of the success of their workers' compensation claim, you can opt to negotiate a settlement rather than risking losing your case and ending up with nothing. Our attorneys can help you understand the pros and cons of a settlement. We can also build an extremely effective case that helps you to make the most of your settlement.
Contact The Springfield Workers' Compensation Claim Attorneys Of Hochman & Plunkett
If you are a worker who has been injured on the job, you need to take immediate action to protect your rights. Turn to the skilled and experienced workers' compensation claims attorneys of Hochman & Plunkett to ensure that you obtain the workers' compensation benefits and any other forms of available compensation you and your family will need. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 937-684-4607 in Dayton, 513-276-4022 in Cincinnati, 937-688-2551 in Springfield, 937-524-0115 in Troy, 614-699-5970 in Columbus, or toll free at 877-623-6863. You can also contact us online.
To better serve our clients, we have offices in Dayton, Cincinnati, Springfield, Troy, and Columbus.