by Kara Dolan-West | Feb 28, 2015 | Workers' Compensation Benefits
Chapter 4123 of the Ohio Revised Code prescribes the amount and duration of compensation payable to a claimant. The Industrial Commission lacks the power to adopt rules and regulations establishing a rate of compensation other than that prescribed by the statute, and compensation to which a claimant is entitled is a substantive right the amount of which is determined with reference to the statute in effect on the date of injury.
The general entitlement statute, R.C. § 4123.54, provides that every injured employee is entitled to receive “compensation for loss sustained on account of the injury . . . .” The extent of the employee’s entitlement therefore depends upon the extent of the disability that results from the injury.
If you have been injured at work you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Contact The Bainbridge Firm for assistance in gaining the benefits you deserve.
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