Cincinnati Workers’ Compensation Frequently Asked Questions
Knowledgeable lawyers answer your questions about workplace injuries
Founded in 1972, Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. has earned a reputation as a steadfast, determined advocate for injured workers’ rights. Our workers’ compensation attorneys include Ohio certified specialists in workers’ compensation law and have the substantial knowledge to answer all of your questions about the claims process and your rights as well as how to appeal denials. Read our responses to frequently asked questions and then contact our dedicated lawyers to learn more about your individual claim.
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To learn more about your rights to benefits after a workplace accident, call the workers’ compensation law firm of Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. at 513-721-1200 or toll-free at 800-721-1678, or contact us online to schedule your free initial telephone consultation.
We represent clients throughout Hamilton, Butler, Warren and Clermont counties. We also represent clients located across the river in Covington and Newport, Kentucky and across the border in Lawrenceburg, Indiana and in cities along the Interstate 75 and Interstate 71 corridors — including Lexington, Louisville, Florence, Dayton, Monroe, Middletown and Wilmington.
- Am I still eligible for workers’ compensation benefits even though I didn’t receive a diagnosis of mesothelioma until after I had already left the job where I was exposed to asbestos?
- I was diagnosed with a repetitive stress injury, but was not involved in an accident. Can I still recover benefits through the workers’ compensation program?
- Can I sue my employer for my workplace injuries?
- Am I entitled to any damages in addition to workers’ compensation benefits?
- What should I do if my claim is denied?
- How can I learn more about my rights to workers’ compensation?
The symptoms of mesothelioma — like those of many occupational illnesses — often do not manifest until many years after your exposure to the conditions that caused your condition. You may still be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits and possibly have other causes of action as well.
Repetitive stress injuries develop over time as soft tissue is slowly damaged because of your continual performance of the same repetitive movement. Usually, the injury cannot be traced back to one definitive traumatic event, but you may still qualify for workers’ compensation by proving that the injury occurred because of your job-related tasks.
Certain intentional torts give rise to a civil claim against your employer.
Negligent third parties may have contributed to your on-the-job injury. If you were engaged in a job-related activity when you were injured in an automobile accident, slip and fall or dog attack, or defective equipment or a reckless coworker was responsible for the accident, you can file a lawsuit in civil court, even if you are receiving workers’ compensation payments.
Contact a qualified workers’ compensation lawyer immediately if your claim is denied. You may have as little as 14 days to file your appeal.
Schedule a no-obligation, free telephone consultation with the workers’ compensation law firm of Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. Call us at 513-721-1200 or toll-free at 800-721-1678, or contact us online to learn more about your options if you are injured on the job.