by Kara Dolan-West | Mar 13, 2015 | General Information
Ohio Revised Code § 4123.52 provides the Commission with continuing jurisdiction to make modifications, changes, findings, or awards if written notice of a claim relating to the specific part or parts of the body injured or disabled has been given pursuant to § 4123.84 or 4123.85. This grant of continuing jurisdiction includes the power to award compensation or benefits for loss or impairment of bodily functions that develop in a part or parts of the body not specified under § 4123.84(A)(1) if the injury is residual to any injury of a body part as to which notice was properly given. A “residual” injury is one developing in a body part not originally alleged to have been injured. For example, a psychiatric condition that subsequently develops as a result of a knee injury qualifies as a residual injury.
If you feel that you have developed a residual injury because of a previous workplace injury, contact The Bainbridge Firm with help gaining the benefits you deserve.
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