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Workers' Comp Claim Services in the Toledo Metro and Surrounding Areas in Ohio

Van Berkom Law Office, LLC represents injured Ohio workers and their families in the Toledo metro area and throughout Northwest Ohio. We can assist in filing a new claim, helping with an established claim, or reviewing your claim for a settlement. Call us for a free initial consultation!

We represent all types of workers.

  • Factory Workers
  • Material Handling Workers
  • Truck Drivers
  • Nurses and Direct Patient Care Staff
  • Construction Workers
  • State and City Workers
  • Law Enforcement Personnel
Trevor represents many clients who have sustained injuries that jeopardize their careers and family income. We use all the resources in the system to help get the medical treatment they deserve. We facilitate vocational rehabilitation and compensation while our client recovers and returns to work.

We also review work injury claims that did not involve lost time from work and can often obtain a lump sum award (“percentage award”) or settlement.
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Commonly asked Questions about Workers' Compensation

What compensation and benefits are available to me if I'm hurt at work?

Injured workers are generally eligible to payment for the time they are off of work for a work injury and payment for the medical treatment related to a work injury. While every case is different, below is an explanation of the most common types of compensation in an Ohio workers' compensation claim:
Temporary Total Compensation is typically the first compensation you will receive following a work injury. Workers who are 100% disabled for a temporary period of time as a result of the injury or occupational disease will receive this compensation until their medical condition has stabilized;
Wage Loss Compensation can be paid following an injury if you are working with restrictions caused by the injury which cause a reduction in your earnings. You may also be eligible for wage loss compensation if you are actively seeking but are not able to find work within your physical capabilities;
Permanent Partial Disability is typically a lump sum payment for residual impairment resulting from an injury or occupational disease;
Permanent Total Disability (PTD) Compensation is paid to injured workers who have been declared permanently and totally disabled by the Industrial Commission of Ohio. This compensation is paid when an injured worker is not able to return to his or her former position of employment or engage in any sustained remunerative employment;
Lump Sum Settlements are paid to injured workers who have negotiated with their employer and the Bureau of Workers' Compensation to settle the workers' compensation claim.