About James MonastFighting for Ohio’s injured workers and their families is the reason James Monast got into law and what makes him so highly regarded statewide, especially when it comes to workers’ compensation claims. He is understanding of your situation and knows how important it is for you to be compensated for your work injury.
As a former Ohio Attorney for the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation for four years and one of the first to earn board certification as a specialist lawyer in Ohio workers’ compensation law, James Monast is an authority on winning workers’ compensation cases. As an Ohio attorney, Mr. Monast fought for the rights of the state’s workers and their families at Fullerton Law and at Marchese and Monast before bringing his decades of experience to Monast Law Office. There, he continues his fight for Ohio workers with compensation claims for on-the-job injuries. James Monast also handles social security disability and work-related wrongful death, occupational disease and accidental injury cases and is an advocate for workplace health and safety.
Mr. Monast earned his Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Arts degrees (cum laude with distinction in Economics and honors in Liberal Arts) from The Ohio State University in 1985. Over the years, he has handled literally thousands of cases as an Ohio attorney before the Industrial Commission, Court of Common Pleas, Court of Appeals, and Ohio’s Supreme Court.
- Social Security Disability/SSI
- Workers' Compensation
- Contingent Fees
- 33 1/3%
- Free Consultation
- Free 60-minute Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
WEBSITES & BLOGS
CompNewsNetworkAkron Woman Ordered to Pay $11K for Workers' Comp Fraud http://bit.ly/1LOybo1— James Monast (@MonastLaw) 3 days ago
CompNewsNetworkOklahoma Man Ordered to Pay OH BWC $9k for Workers' Comp Fraud http://bit.ly/1ee1j9q— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 21, 2015
CompNewsNetworkOhio Pallet Maker Allowed 14-Year-Old to Operate Machine Illegally, Resulting in Loss of Hand http://bit.ly/1GvNwSb— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 20, 2015
Angie Hicks commentary: Work shouldn’t start till paperwork done | The Columbus Dispatch http://bit.ly/1MC8FPU— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 20, 2015
CompNewsNetworkWorkers' Comp 101: Chimneysweep Scrotum - The First Occupational Disease Ever Documented http://bit.ly/1Odbc3F— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 18, 2015
CompNewsNetworkGetting Testy Over Unauthorized Painting http://bit.ly/1Odb7g4— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 18, 2015
CompNewsNetworkMiner Says Foreman Painted His Testicles http://bit.ly/1CHCui8— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 18, 2015
CompNewsNetworkOH BWC Investigations Result in 10 Workers' Comp Fraud Convictions in June http://bit.ly/1Mghbag— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 18, 2015
CompNewsNetworkOH Worker Endures 3 Surgeries After Press Crushes Hand at Seal Manufacturer http://bit.ly/1I5Ma69— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 16, 2015
A Decline in the Desire to Work http://bit.ly/1V31rtU— James Monast (@MonastLaw) July 15, 2015