Ohio Workersâ Compensation
If you are injured or suffer from an occupational disease (OD) as a result of your employment, you may be eligible for compensation. Compensation may also be available if you are missing work due to an injury or OD, if you cannot find work due to your restrictions, if you have had to take a lower paying job, or if you are unable to work at any type of job. In addition to these weekly benefits you may be eligible for compensation if your injury or OD has caused a permanent loss of physical or mental functioning.
We offer representation at all levels of the administrative process before both the Ohio Bureau of Workersâ Compensation and the Industrial Commission of Ohio as well as mandamus actions before the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Ohio.
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If you are unable or expect to be unable to work for a period of at least 12 months, you may be eligible for Social Security benefits. Benefit amounts may vary depending on the type of benefit requested, family resources and receipt of other benefits.
We offer representation at all levels of the administrative
975 South High Street
Columbus OH 43206-2525
Yale University B.A. 1981
Ohio State University College of Law J.D. 1986
State of Ohio 1986
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio 1987
U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals 1987
Brief Career Summary:
After completing law school, I worked for the Industrial Commission of Ohio analyzing and drafting recommended decisions on permanent total disability cases. I entered private practice with Dwight Fullerton in 1986 as a general practitioner and soon discovered that I enjoyed helping injured workers more than any other area of the law. I since have concentrated on representing the injured and disabled in the areas of Ohio Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability.
Columbus Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
National Association Of Social Security Claimant Representatives
Workplace Injury Litigation Group
Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers
Lawrence J. Ambrosio
January 22, 1951, Youngstown, Ohio
Case Western Reserve University
Kent State UniversityB.A. cum laude 1973
University of Cincinnati College of LawJ.D. 1976
State of Ohio 1976
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio January, 1980
U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals May, 1984
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals March 1982
Brief Career Summary:
After graduating from law school, I worked for two years with the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation in its newly formed Law Section. In 1979 I moved into private practice exclusively representing injured and disabled workers. For 21 years I have represented claimants in both administrative actions and through the Court of Appeals for the State of Ohio and have continued in this capacity since joining Fullerton Law Office in March 1993. In addition, I have represented numerous claimants for Social Security disability benefits in administrative and court level proceedings in Ohio and several other states. I have lectured at continuing legal education seminars and in paralegal education on workers' compensation issues. I am proud of the fact that I have worked solely for the rights of injured and disabled working people throughout my career.
Ohio State Bar Association 1976-present
American Trial Lawyers Association 1980-present
Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers 1980-present
American Bar Association 1981-present