Jones Law Group, LLC

Jones Law Group, LLC

The Jones Law Group can simplify the process of obtaining workers' compensation benefits if you or a loved one has been hurt on the job. We do everything within our power to get you full and fair compensation for your injuries. Call (614)545-9998

Firm Overview

Workers' compensation is a state-mandated insurance program that provides compensation to workers who have sustained a work-related injury or contracted an occupational disease, no matter who caused the accident. Anyone who sustains an on-the-job injury is entitled to receive workers' compensation from the Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) in Ohio. Ohio law requires employers to obtain workers' compensation benefits for all employees. Ohio employers are either state-fund or self-insured. Self-insured employers pay workers' compensation benefits directly to their employees, while state-fund employers pay an insurance premium to the BWC.

Injuries may result from accidents, inadequate training, dangerous working environments, or faulty machinery. However, employees are not required to prove the reason why their injury occurred, as it is a no-fault system that compensates workers without regard to negligence. Workers' compensation cases may involve injuries stemming from a sudden accident, repetitive motion trauma, or any illness related to the nature of a worker's job.

When an injury occurs, you must report the accident to your employer as soon as possible. Your employer can help you file the claim through their managed care organization (MCO). If you file your claim online, you will receive a claim number immediately. If you seek medical attention for your injury prior to filling a claim, be sure to tell the doctor that it is a workers' compensation claim. The doctor is required to report the injury to the MCO within 24 hours of treatment. For the first visit, you can see any doctor but after that, you are recommended to visit a BWC-certified healthcare provider.

Within 28 days of filing your claim, the BWC will decide whether to deny or allow your claim. If you disagree with the BWC's decision, you can file an appeal within 14 days. If your claim is approved, you or the provider will be reimbursed for medical expenses. If you are unable to work for eight or more days as a result of your work-related injury, you will be paid a percentage of the wages you lost.

The workers compensation attorneys at Jones Law Group do everything that is in our power to get you full and fair compensation for your injuries. Call (614) 545-9998 or contact us online for a free consultation with our workers compensation lawyer if you or a loved one has been injured on the job.
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513 East Rich Street
Columbus  OH  43215
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Workers Compensation
The Jones Law Group is Columbus Ohio's Injured Workers & Workers Compensation Law Firm. or (614) 545-9998.
It's not easy to get back on your feet after becoming injured or ill at work. Insurance companies and employers often try to deny or minimize the workers' compensation benefits paid to injured workers. To ensure that you're treated fairly, it's important to obtain legal counsel.

The Jones Law Group can simplify the process of obtaining workers' compensation benefits if you or a loved one has been hurt on the job. Our workers compensation attorney take pride in protecting our clients' rights to obtain full compensation after an on-the-job accident. There are no legal fees unless you receive compensation.

Eric A. Jones

Eric has extensive experience within the healthcare industry. Eric served as an executive of a managed care company where he was responsible for provider contracting, provider appeals, and provider relations. He was also Vice President for an Ohio hospital where he was responsible for physician and patient relations. Additionally, Eric was the Assistant Chief of the Bureau of Managed Care for O.D.J.F.S. where his responsibilities included designing, implementing, and regulating the statewide expansion of Medicaid Managed Care. Eric was also legal assistant to the general counsel of the Ohio State Medical Association. Eric currently serves as a Board Member and Treasurer of the Disability Network of Ohio (DNOS) and serves on the Community Board of COSI. Eric earned his bachelor degree from Ohio University (B.S., 1995) and continued his higher education by receiving both his Master of Business Administration and his law degree from Capital University (M.B.A., and J.D. order of curia, 1998).

Dustin Garris

Dustin has concentrated his practice in the areas of Social Security Disability, Unemployment Compensation, Collections, Landlord/Tenant, and general civil law. He is licensed to practice throughout the state of Ohio and in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Dustin's time with the Jones Law Group has afforded him the unique opportunity to work on a variety of cases in various courts, throughout the state of Ohio and the federal court systems. Additionally, Dustin has assisted with all steps of litigation on personal injury, collection, and social security disability. He is a member of the Ohio State and Columbus Bar Associations. Attorney Garris received his Bachelor of Business Administration from The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business with a major in Accounting (B.S., 2007) and his law degree from Capital University (J.D. 2010).

Eric A. Jones

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