Helping injured workers navigate the complex process of workers’ compensation claims

Columbus Warehouse Accident Lawyer

Warehouse work is physically demanding. Heavy lifting, falling objects and repetitive tasks can sideline and end careers. Central Ohio residents come to the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA, suffering from a wide range of injuries and needing help with a workers’ compensation claim.

Since 1982, the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA, has represented injured and disabled warehouse workers before the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) and the Ohio Industrial Commission. In addition to his extensive experience and comprehensive knowledge of the law, our firm’s founder is certified as a specialist in the field of Ohio workers’ compensation law. He attends to every detail of workers’ compensation claims from the initial application to appealing denials of benefits.

The Help You Need From A Franklin County Workplace Accident Lawyer

If you have suffered any of the following injuries, you need to seek immediate medical attention. From there, you need legal representation to protect your rights and secure the compensation you deserve for:

  • Back injuries caused by heavy lifting
  • Injuries that occur from falling objects
  • Accidents involving the operation of forklifts or heavy machinery
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Burns from fires, electrocution or chemical exposure
  • Repetitive trauma

The process involved in workers’ compensation claims is not something to handle without the help of an attorney. Your job is to focus on getting better and hopefully getting back to work. Our job is to conduct detailed reviews of medical records and other evidence to build a strong claim.

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Columbus warehouse accident attorney regarding a work-related injury, please fill out our intake form or call the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA, at 614-255-6134.

Helping injured and disabled workers in central Ohio since 1982