Timothy J. Webster

Shareholder
Cleveland
1375 East Ninth Street
One Cleveland Center, 10th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44114
P 216.696.7795
F 216.623.0134
P 216.696.7795 | F 216.623.0134

Overview

Mr. Webster focuses his practice on the areas of unemployment compensation and workers’ compensation, representing clients in the manufacturing, government, health care, energy and utilities, retail, and automotive industries. He represents businesses large and small, including family-owned companies and national corporations. Mr. Webster has also represented governmental entities such as county administrations, cities, school districts, and universities, as well as health care institutions, including hospitals and home health care providers.

Experience
  • Maintains a practice of defending employers in workers’ compensation claims, including complicated allowance and indemnity issues
  • Successful defense of various VSSR claims
  • Successful defense against unemployment claims
  • Represents employers in all levels of litigation in Ohio, both administratively and in court
  • Counsels clients on their workers’ compensation programs and claims
  • Successful defense against fraudulent claims for disability compensation
  • Successful defense against claims by independent contractors claiming an employment relationship
Services

Industries

Education

  1. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D.
  2. University of Dayton, B.F.A.

Credentials

Bar Admissions
  1. Ohio
Certifications
  • Certified as a Specialist in Workers' Compensation Law by the Ohio State Bar Association

Recognitions

  • Selected as an "Ohio Super Lawyer" by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine (2013)

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations
  • Akron Bar Association
  • Ohio Self-Insurers Association, Associate Member
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association

Insights

  1. Alerts
    Ohio Supreme Court Expands Voluntary Abandonment Defense (Oct 4, 2018)
    No Citation? No Problem. Employers Can Now Submit a Request to Charge the Surplus Fund Without Proof of a Motor Vehicle Citation (Sep 13, 2018)
    Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation Proposes $1.5 Billion in Rebates (Apr 27, 2018)
    Ohio Imposes New Rules on Back Surgeries in Workers' Compensation Cases (Jan 24, 2018)
    Ohio Supreme Court Finds Ohio's "Consent Provision" Constitutional (Oct 2, 2017)

Overview

Mr. Webster focuses his practice on the areas of unemployment compensation and workers’ compensation, representing clients in the manufacturing, government, health care, energy and utilities, retail, and automotive industries. He represents businesses large and small, including family-owned companies and national corporations. Mr. Webster has also represented governmental entities such as county administrations, cities, school districts, and universities, as well as health care institutions, including hospitals and home health care providers.

Experience
  • Maintains a practice of defending employers in workers’ compensation claims, including complicated allowance and indemnity issues
  • Successful defense of various VSSR claims
  • Successful defense against unemployment claims
  • Represents employers in all levels of litigation in Ohio, both administratively and in court
  • Counsels clients on their workers’ compensation programs and claims
  • Successful defense against fraudulent claims for disability compensation
  • Successful defense against claims by independent contractors claiming an employment relationship

Education

  1. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D.
  2. University of Dayton, B.F.A.

Credentials

Bar Admissions
  1. Ohio
Certifications
  • Certified as a Specialist in Workers' Compensation Law by the Ohio State Bar Association

Recognitions

  • Selected as an "Ohio Super Lawyer" by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine (2013)

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations
  • Akron Bar Association
  • Ohio Self-Insurers Association, Associate Member
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association

Insights

  1. Alerts
    Ohio Supreme Court Expands Voluntary Abandonment Defense (Oct 4, 2018)
    No Citation? No Problem. Employers Can Now Submit a Request to Charge the Surplus Fund Without Proof of a Motor Vehicle Citation (Sep 13, 2018)
    Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation Proposes $1.5 Billion in Rebates (Apr 27, 2018)
    Ohio Imposes New Rules on Back Surgeries in Workers' Compensation Cases (Jan 24, 2018)
    Ohio Supreme Court Finds Ohio's "Consent Provision" Constitutional (Oct 2, 2017)