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Hearing Representation
CompManagement employs a staff of dedicated Hearing Consultants located strategically throughout the state of Ohio as well as an in house Docketing department. We take great pride in recruiting talented Hearing Consultants, all of whom are CompManagement colleagues, and who have extensive experience in preparing for and handling hearings before the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) and the Industrial Commission (IC). Our hearing staff is large enough to aggressively handle hearings at all levels before the 12 Industrial Commission district offices in Ohio. CompManagement handles more hearings before the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and Industrial Commission than any other organization in the state.

Through training and years of experience, our Hearing Consultants have developed approaches to employ at hearings to best represent client interests. All Hearing Consultants follow the Unauthorized Practice of Law guidelines set forth by the Industrial Commission, and do not participate in any activity which could be construed as the Unauthorized Practice of Law. Periodic training is conducted by outside law firms to ensure we are complying with all current Industrial Commission guidelines. Our Hearing Consultants will present medical evidence, sworn statements, investigation reports, payroll records, co-workers’ statements and any other relevant documents for evaluation by the Hearing Officer. We encourage client attendance at hearings when the employer has first-hand knowledge of related circumstances, or when the client’s presence at the hearing will emphasize the importance of the outcome.