Legal Question in Workers Comp in Ohio
I have a workmans comp case, it has been determined that I have a 19% disability. Shouldn't I be receiving money yearly I have been seeing several different DR.'s on a regular basis for the last 2 years, am I not entitled to something?
Asked on 9/01/10, 3:14 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
Andrew Tobergte McKenzie & Snyder LLP.
In Ohio, many injured workers are entitled to a permanent partial disability award. You will want to make sure form c92 has been filed and you may want to consult another physician as you may be entitled to a higher percentage. http://www.mckenzie-snyder.com/form/contact-a-personal-injury-lawyer
Answered on 9/06/10, 4:57 pm
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