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Helping you claim benefits after suffering a workplace injury

Residents in Ohio work in a variety of industries. While some workplaces are considerably safer than others, this does not mean that an employee cannot endure a workplace injury even in the safest environment. Whether it is carrying out the daily tasks in a high-risk position, such as construction, or working in an office setting doing repetitive motions, a worker could suddenly suffer an injury in the work environment that could cause them to miss work for an extensive amount of time.

At Philip J. Fulton Law Office, our legal team understands how life altering and devastating an on-the-job injury can be. That is why we are dedicated to serving workers who have suffered injuries in a workplace accident.

Whether it is a due to a fall, slip or repetitive motion, our attorneys have dealt with an extensive list of injuries suffered by workers in the Columbus area. If you have suffered a brain or spinal cord injury, repetitive motion injury, suffered an occupational disease, experienced a broken bone or a sprain, suffered the loss of hearing or developed psychological conditions following a traumatic event in the work environment, we have the resources and skills to obtain the benefits owed to you.

Our skilled legal team will conduct an investigation, collect medical records and obtain expert testimony in order to prove your claim for workers’ compensation. This benefit is often necessary due to the extensive medical bills and lost wages associated with the incident.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s workplace injuries website. Employees never expect to be injured in the workplace. However, when it happens, it can be a very shocking and difficult time to navigate through. Therefore, it is important that injured workers understand the recourses available to them and what steps they need to take.

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