top of page
What is Workers Compensation Retaliation?

Under the Ohio Revised Code, it is unlawful for an employer to terminate an employee for having filed a worker's compensation claim. In addition, an employee who is receiving temporary total disability (TTD) compensation under the state Workers' Compensation Act may not be discharged by her employer solely for absences or inability to work directly related to the allowed condition for which she is receiving benefits.


Ohio law prohibits discrimination because an employee has filed a workers' compensation claim, testified in a workers' compensation hearing, or in some way has participated in the workers' compensation system. An employer may not reject a job applicant for past workers' compensation claims and should not even ask about the applicant's workers' compensation history. An injured worker has extensive rights to reinstatement to the original position of employment or reemployment to available and suitable work.


The Law Firm of David A. Young, LLC represents employees who have been retaliated against for filing a worker’s compensation claim. Attorney David Young has been certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a Specialist in the area of Labor and Employment Law. Attorney Young has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer in the State of Ohio for the years 2009 through 2013.

        Dave Young's reputation was a major reason why I approached him for my situation. And he lived up to my expectations. I was impressed with his knowledge and strategy for the case as it took various turns along the way. I also found his staff to be very professional and easy to work with. I highly recommend his services.

bottom of page