Cleveland Workers Compensation Settlement Lawyer

Injured workers throughout Northeastern Ohio know that reaching a settlement for a job injury claim can be a long road. The Gundy Law Firm is recognized as a prominent workers' compensation law firm in the Cleveland region. We can help you down this oftentimes long road to recovering the benefits you deserve. We never give up on you, and we handle everything to do with your claim.

Call for Your Free Initial Consultation

If you or a family member has sustained a work injury, call a Cleveland workers' compensation settlement attorney from The Gundy Law Firm. We can be reached locally at 216-245-0498 or toll free at 888-207-2750.

Denied Benefits? Don't Give Up. Give Us a Call.

It is not uncommon for initial applications to be denied. The Gundy Law Firm has helped hundreds of injured workers get the workers' compensation benefits they are entitled to under Ohio law. If your claim has been denied, we can take over your case. We will give you a free assessment of the problems and tell you honestly if we believe we can help you.

When we do take on your workers' compensation case, we will handle everything, from the initial investigation and gathering of records to preparing evidence and attending your hearings.

Types of Workers' Compensation Settlement

The type of workers' compensation settlement you will receive will depend upon the extent and permanency of your injuries. For example, a worker who is permanently disabled will receive benefits different from a worker who is temporarily disabled. Or, if a family member has died from an illness or injury at work, they will receive death benefits.

Talk to our workers' compensation settlement attorney, John M. Gundy, Jr., today about the following types of settlements:

  • Temporary total (TT): This is compensation for total disability on a temporary or short-term basis.
  • Scheduled loss (SL): This is compensation for residual damages. In the past, this was known as permanent partial disability, and it includes amputations, loss of use, loss of vision and loss of hearing.
  • Permanent total disability (PTD): This is compensation for loss of earning capacity and payable for life.
  • Death claims: This is compensation for family members, based on the level of dependency or support each dependent had on the worker.

Workers' compensation settlements can be paid in various ways, including in a lump-sum settlement or lump-sum advancement.

Each workers' compensation case is different. The Gundy Law Firm takes your unique injuries and situation into consideration and explores the best road to recovery.

We handle workers' compensation claims on contingency. You only pay us a percentage of the amount of money you recover in a settlement. No recovery — no lawyer fees.

Call today to talk to one of our Ohio workman's comp benefits lawyers. We can be reached locally at 216-245-0498 or toll free at 888-207-2750. You can also contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.