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Protecting Insured and Disabled Workers

Workers Compensation Attorney in Circleville, Ohio

Worker's Compensation

When Choosing an attorney to represent you in your Work Compensation claim, it pays to have a legal professional who can explain how the system works and help you navigate through the often complicated process.

Attorney at Law Eric R. Dieterich of the firm Perry-Dieterich Co. LPA has more than 33 years of experience representing clients throughout central and southern Ohio in Workers’ Compensation cases.

Attorney Dieterich personally handles all Workers’ Compensation clients of the firm. From initial meeting to the conclusion of your case, attorney Dieterich will be working directly with you in handling the many complex issues regarding Workers’ Compensation law. His goal is simple: to get his clients the financial compensation and medical care they are entitled to within the bounds of the law – nothing more, nothing less.

Attorney Dieterich can:

  • Help you understand the frequently changing laws, regulations and procedures of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and the Industrial Commission
  • Ask you the right questions
  • Properly evaluate your claim
  • Apply the specific facts and medical conditions in your claim

Call 800-729-9972 to schedule a one-on-one consultation.

Attorney at Law Eric R. Dieterich represents clients in Circleville, Ashville, Chillicothe, Kingston, Waverly, Bainbridge, Hillsboro, Lancaster, Logan, Washington Court House, Columbus, Grove City and London, OH.

Services

  • Social Security Benefits
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Physical Disabilities
  • SSDI
  • Workers Over 50
  • Mental Disabilities
  • Unable to Work

Disclaimer

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