Taft’s Workers' Compensation practice offers clients experienced representation at all administrative levels, as well as before the trial courts, state appellate courts and the Ohio Supreme Court. Our attorneys also advise and represent clients on workers' compensation reform, insurance related concerns, risk management and the overall administration of their workers' compensation programs.
We have a core staff of attorneys and paralegals dedicated exclusively to workers' compensation matters throughout Taft’s office locations. This broad geographic coverage and a timely commitment to the practice group as a vital area of law allow us to consistently provide high quality and cost-effective representation to our clients throughout Ohio, the Midwest and beyond.
Taft’s workers’ compensation attorneys work with additional attorneys who assist the group with specialized portions of the practice. For example, we work closely with Taft’s nationally renowned Labor and Employment practice. This is an important and distinctive advantage for our clients, given the substantial interplay between workers' compensation claims and a variety of employment law-related concerns.
Our workers' compensation clients represent a broad geographic area and all sectors of the economy, including:
- Public Sector Employment
- Health Care
- Professional Sports
- Retail Sales
While our firm's Workers' Compensation practice is located primarily throughout Ohio, we advise clients on workers' compensation matters in a number of states. We value our working relationships with both insurance carriers and all major third-party administrators.
- Aided then Senator Bill Seitz in drafting legislation involving wage loss compensation and intentional tort statute.
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- Workers' Compensation - Compliance, Cost-Savings and Defense Employee Termination/Retaliation ClaimsIntentional Tort ActionsRelationship Between Legal Counsel and Third-Party AdministratorSelf-Insured Coverage Applications and ComplaintsSubrogation and Third-Party ActionsViolation of Specific Safety RequirmentWorkers' Compensation Benefits