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Motor Vehicle Crashes

Fighting for Employees Injured in Traffic Accidents

When an Ohio employee injured in a motor vehicle accident applies for workers’ compensation benefits, there is a good chance that the employee’s application will face serious scrutiny.  To preserve your right to receive benefits following a work-related motor vehicle crash, you need to be able to withstand that scrutiny.

Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA’s workers’ compensation attorneys have helped countless Ohio workers obtain the benefits they deserve following a work-related accident.  By leveraging our tremendous resources and experience, our team can help you navigate the complex laws and regulations that may otherwise prevent you from receiving the compensation you deserve.

Analyzing Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

If you are unsure of whether your motor vehicle accident is covered by workers’ compensation, contact us now for a free consultation.  Questions relevant to your benefits claim include:

  • Is Driving a Duty of Your Employment?
  • Do You Work at the Same Location Every Day?
  • Were You Travelling to or from Work at the Time of Your Injury?
  • Were You Performing a Service or Travelling at the Direction of Your Employer?
  • Did You Deviate from a Designated Task or Route?
  • Did Your Employer Expose You to a Particular Injury or Special Hazard?

Workers’ compensation eligibility can vary depending on the responses to these questions and many other factors.  Having an experienced benefits attorney to develop and present your claim can make the difference between receiving the benefits you deserve and having your claim denied.

If you or your loved one suffered injuries or wrongful death in a work-related accident, benefits may be available to assist you.  Call or email our Ohio workers’ compensation attorneys now to schedule your free consultation.