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Workers' Comp Defense

Experienced Case Management

Auman, Mahan & Furry’s Workers’ Compensation Group serves the entire state of Ohio and is the largest of any comparable group at any management-oriented law firm in Dayton, Ohio. We have the people, legal knowledge, and familiarity with the system to guide our business clients through the complex and confusing regulations of the Industrial Commission and Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.

Our workers' comp attorneys combine unsurpassed legal and technical know-how. The partners who head the group refined their legal expertise heading Workers’ Compensation Groups at other law firms. Training in engineering gives us the added technical insight that is necessary to evaluate complex safety and health compliance and litigation matters. This uncommon technical expertise is particularly valuable in defending safety and health violations before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Professionalism Backed By Training

Auman, Mahan & Furry paralegals combine a working knowledge of medical terminology with comprehensive experience in workers' compensation and safety. Their understanding of the intricate relationship between the legal and medical fields - and the cause-and-effect relationship that is frequently in dispute in workers' compensation matters - contributes to the success of our Workers' Compensation Group.

Familiarity with the System

When it comes to workers' comp, familiarity with the system is critical to effectively apply a knowledge of the law. At Auman, Mahan & Furry, we work extensively with the various offices of the Industrial Commission and Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. We frequently resolve client issues in less time than it would take a less experienced attorney to determine where to begin.

When a more aggressive defense is necessary, our attorneys are experienced from initial investigation through jury trial and beyond. Furthermore, Auman, Mahan & Furry attorneys are also skilled in pursuing extraordinary workers’ compensation issues, including:

  • VSSRs
  • Intentional Torts
  • Premium Disputes
  • Handicap Reimbursement
  • Claimant Fraud Prosecution
  • Retroactive and Multi-State Coverage Issues