Self-Insured Employers and Workers' Compensation

What if my self-insured employer doesn’t pay my workers’ compensation claim?

If you are injured in an Ohio work injury accident, you will be dealing with one of two different types of employers. The type of employer you have will affect the way that your workers’ compensation claim is paid out.

If your employer is a self-insured employer (and not a state fund employer, as explained in this blog post)they are responsible for paying all workers’ compensation and benefits to the injured worker themselves. A self-insured employer does not pay a premium like a state fund employer does.

If you have been injured and your self-insured employer makes the decision to not pay a claim, you will then have to file a motion. You would then go through the hearing process to see your workers’ compensation issue through.

How do I know what to do with my workers’ compensation claim?

If you have been injured and are pursuing compensation for your injury, it is highly recommended that you contact a lawyer to represent you throughout the process.

Workers’ compensation claims are confusing and if you do not have extensive experience with the subject matter and the practice area, you cannot be sure that you are taking all of the necessary measures to ensure a favorable outcome.

The lawyers at our office have represented countless clients as they go through the workers’ compensation process and we have helped them to obtain a favorable amount of compensation. Call our office at 800.637.8170 to speak to an attorney about your case’s specifics. You can get the answers to your questions regarding workers’ compensation in Ohio as well as receive a free case evaluation.

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