Experienced, Effective Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, and Disability Attorney
Serving Newark & Heath, Ohio for 40 years.
The Law Office of Norman J. Ullom-Morse has almost 40 years of experience advocating for people like you. Our firm cares about you and your family and about helping you obtain the full compensation you are entitled to. We pride ourselves on achieving outstanding results for our clients.
Were you hurt on the job or in an accident in Newark or Heath? Do you need help navigating the social security process and obtaining disability benefits? Then you need an experienced attorney who will passionately and aggressively advocate for and protect the interests of you and your family.
Personal Injury / Wrongful Death
Personal injury lawsuits arise when people are injured by the careless or intentional acts of others in Newark and Heath, Ohio. When someone is determined to be negligent, that is, legally responsible, for injuring another, he or she is liable for the injury and may be required to compensate the victim.
At the Law Office of Norman J. Ullom-Morse, we succeed when you succeed. We are paid only if we are successful in your claim. If you or a loved one has suffered personal injury or death, contact us immediately. During your free initial consultation, we will discuss your situation and go over the options available to you, as well as work with insurance companies and other parties involved in your case to make sure all your needs are handled quickly and appropriately.
Have you been injured at work and need assistance filing a workers’ compensation claim?
Have you been denied benefits and need help with an appeal before the Ohio Industrial Commission?
Do you have an existing claim and feel you aren’t being treated fairly by your employer or the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation?
Obtaining workers’ compensation benefits can be challenging and time-consuming. Without the help of an experienced Ohio workers’ compensation attorney, many initial claims for benefits are denied. If you are injured at work, seek help from an experienced workers’ compensation attorney right away.
The Law Office of Norman J. Ullom-Morse welcomes the opportunity to discuss your injury. Contact us to schedule your free, initial consultation. We will review your situation and answer all your questions.
The Law Office of Norman J. Ullom-Morse is dedicated to helping disabled people obtain the Social Security Disability benefits so that they can live with dignity. We know the rules and procedures of the Social Security Administration and how to get results for our clients. Our years of experience in accident and injury cases gives us the medical knowledge needed to work with doctors and properly evaluate complex, disabling conditions.
Our firm also understands the relationship between Social Security, workers’ compensation and long-term disability plans. This is critical, because if you are receiving workers’ compensation or certain types of short-term or long-term disability benefits, you may also be able to collect Social Security Disability benefits. It is important to coordinate benefits between these systems to avoid possible offsets or credits.
We are your personal advocate in Newark & Heath, Ohio.
We Care about Injured People and Their Families: You need an advocate who cares about you and your family and about helping you obtain the full compensation you are entitled to.
We Are Dedicated To Helping Disabled Individuals: The Law Office of Norman J. Ullom-Morse has over 30 years of experience helping disabled people obtain the Social Security Disability benefits so that they can live with dignity.
Our Firm Will Keep You Well Informed: Throughout the claims and litigation process, our firm will prioritize communication and updates regarding how your case is progressing and will answer your questions and concerns.
We Welcome A Free Initial Consultation: You deserve the opportunity to discuss your needs. Contact us to schedule your free, initial consultation. We will review your situation and answer all your questions.