Workers' Comp Law Resources
Kegler Brown exclusively represents employers in all aspects of workers’ compensation law and handles all matters involving the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and the Ohio Industrial Commission. Our workers' comp attorneys and paralegals are skilled and experienced in all hearing issues, including initial allowance of a claim, extent of disability, employer handicap reimbursement and violation of specific safety requirements. Our workers' compensation litigation team also represents employers in court cases involving workers’ compensation retaliatory discharge cases. We are active in defense of Department of Labor wage and hour and OSHA inspections, citations and hearings. Our workers' comp team has considerable experience in hearings, trials, appeals, mandamus actions, and in achieving declaratory judgments for our clients. Because timely and continuing contact is the rule in workers’ compensation cost containment, our attorneys work hard to provide the highest-quality service at relatively lower fees.
The workers’ compensation team at Kegler Brown is recognized for its outstanding client service, success in the courtroom, and for its experienced attorneys. The workers' compensation attorneys and paralegals at Kegler Brown approach work with a dedication to service and responsiveness that is in line with the nationally-acclaimed standards set forth firmwide. We combine our wealth of industry experience with a steadfast commitment to intensive client interaction to provide the best overall experience for our clients.
Our attorneys regularly practice before administrative bodies like the Self-Insured Review Panel, Self-Insured Evaluation Board, the BWC Adjudicating Committee and others. Our attorneys regularly practice before courts throughout Ohio, including in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Akron and elsewhere. Kegler Brown’s workers’ compensation clients range from organizations with anywhere from one to more than 15,000 employees in industries like retail, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, public employers, the automotive industry, food distribution and others.