My Ohio Workers' Comp Claim was Denied - Now What ?
Many times, Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claims are denied when an injured worker has a legitimate work injury claim, but just doesn’t know how to handle the claim and navigate the bureaucratic maze of the Ohio BWC and the Medical Care Organizations (MCO).
That’s where Gruhin & Gruhin comes to the rescue. Gruhin & Gruhin represents and protects the legal rights of Ohio Injury Victims.
When it comes to a work injury, Mike Gruhin pursues all available sources of money benefits and medical care. Mike is a Board Certified Ohio Workers’ Compensation Specialist Attorney, helping Ohio’s injured workers obtain the OhioBWC benefits to which they are entitled, even after a claim was initially denied.
However, if your claim is initially denied, you have to take action to protect your legal rights by filing an appeal with the OhioBWC to a BWC order or to the Ohio Industrial Commission (ICO) regarding an ICO order. It can be as easy as faxing your handwritten statement saying “I do not agree with the Order and I want to appeal and have a hearing". But, you must have proof that you filed the statement with the appropriate body (BWC or ICO) within the appeal period. Failure to file your objection to an order precludes you from pursuing your right to OhioBWC coverage for money awards and medical care.
Many times, Ohio Workers’ Compensation claims are denied for reasons that have nothing to do with the fact that an injured worker has a legitimate work injury or occupational disease. Talk to Mike Gruhin about your claim. The call is free and there is no obligation. Get the answers to your questions. Find out about your rights in an Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claim.
Mike Gruhin has represented thousands of Ohio Injury Victims. As a matter of fact, Mike has written The Ohio Workers’ Compensation Guide. Feel free to download your copy, which is available with no obligation and at no cost.