The Knisley Law Office is now and has always been a family firm serving the entire State of Ohio with offices to serve you in Columbus, Lima and Chillicothe. We provide competent legal services with a special attention to detail to ensure the best possible results for our clients. We realize that every case is different and therefore treat every client as an individual, working hard to protect their rights and help them gain the maximum compensation possible. We strive to reach a level of success where clients come back to us time and time again for further services and recommend us to their friends and family.
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Workers’ compensation claims are almost never a simple matter. They can occur in any work environment and although most injuries are minor, some are more severe, resulting in long-term disability or death.
At The Knisley Law Office, we have been helping injured workers since 1953. With our experience, we will help you file your claim, navigate the workers’ compensation process, and we will fight to get you the compensation and treatment you deserve.
We understand communication is important and we strive to keep you informed every step of the way. With offices in Columbus, Chillicothe, and Lima, we can help injured workers from all over Ohio.
Contact us today for a free consultation.
If you cannot work due to an illness, an injury or other disabling condition, you and your dependents may be eligible for Social Security benefits. Unfortunately, the majority of claims are initially turned down. It can take two years before you are scheduled a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge. It is important to discuss your claim with an attorney as the Social Security Administration can be confusing and frustrating.
The Knisley Law Office has been helping people in Ohio obtain Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for over 60 years. We have offices in Columbus, Chillicothe, and Lima. Contact us and we will guide you through the process and fight for the benefits for which you are entitled.
If you have been injured on the job, understand your rights and learn how to ensure you receive the compensation and/or benefits you are entitled to.
Understand how the Social Security Administration defines “disability,” who is eligible for compensation, and how to efficiently navigate the claims process.