You are entitled to workers’ compensation if you were injured on the job in Ohio; Get the money and the benefits that are meant for you. For more than 35 years the team at Taubman Law has been fighting for the rights of injured workers. We get you the treatment and benefits you deserve and are entitled too.
Your employer has lawyers fighting against your claim; you should have experienced lawyers fighting for you. We’ll put your interests first and listen to your story. At Taubman Law, the initial consultation is always free!
Taubman Law has successfully litigated hundreds of cases for victims of automotive accidents (cars, trucks, motorcycles and18-wheelers) caused by drivers negligence and settled hundreds of others without the need of resorting to litigation. We have the experience necessary to get you compensated for pain and suffering, past and future medical treatment, emotional distress, loss of income and wrongful death.
At Taubman Law, we treat our clients like they our part of our family and pursue each case with the diligence and desire you deserve. To prove that we have your best interest in mind, our services are free if you do not get paid.
Regardless of what the doctors or insurance carriers say, this type of case is one of the most difficult to win. Ask yourself, who has all the money? Obviously it’s the big-time hospital or careless doctor who messed up your life without offering a simple, “sorry.” In order to file a lawsuit, you must get the medical records reviewed and obtain the opinion of an expert that you have a case. Without experienced legal representation, this is no easy task.
At Taubman Law we work with experts nationwide and are able to obtain favorable opinions when warranted, evening the playing field. If you were injured by the negligence of a hospital, doctor, urgent care center, nursing home, dentist or podiatrists, let us review your case. We promise to explain the facts to you and give your issue the time and diligence it deserves.
In the U.S., employment discrimination occurs whenever an employer or its representatives adversely single out employees or applicants on the basis of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and religion as well as others. Employers can’t discriminate against you in any aspect of employment such as: hiring and firing, compensation, assignment, transfer, promotion, recruitment, testing, use of company facilities and fringe benefits. If you believe you are a victim of discrimination at your place of employment do not hesitate, contact us.
Another type of discrimination occurs when an employer has established rules such as an employee hand book, but selectively chooses to enforce a violation of these rules against one employee, but not another. If you lost your job or suffered a demotion, based on this type of conduct, contact us and let us begin to evaluate our claim.
Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that tends to create a hostile or offensive work environment. Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that occurs in the workplace. Persons who are the victims of sexual harassment may sue under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C.A. § 2000e et seq.), which prohibits sex discrimination in the workplace.
Many employers violate public policy when they terminate or discipline an employee. Public policy is the laws of the respective state. If you believe that you were not dealt with fairly, contact us at Taubman Law for a free analysis.