In theory, the Ohio workers’ compensation system eliminates--or, at least, significantly tones down--the adversarial nature of pursuing compensation after an injury. Unlike a personal injury case, a workers’ compensation claim … [Read more...] about Do I Need a Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Ohio?
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Workers’ compensation laws were created specifically to make sure that an injured employee has access to medical care, temporary or permanent disability benefits, and other necessary compensation regardless of fault. The system … [Read more...] about Could a Failed Drug Test Kill My Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claim?
The Ohio workers’ compensation system protects employees who are injured on the job or who contract occupational illnesses. Workers’ compensation provides medical care and substitute income for injured workers, even if the … [Read more...] about Help for Injured Ohio Independent Contractors
New Ohio Supreme Court Case Expands Voluntary Abandonment Rule for TTD Benefits Over the past few years, the amount of temporary total disability (TTD) benefits received by Ohio’s workers has been declining. In 2015, workers … [Read more...] about New Ohio Supreme Court Case Expands Voluntary Abandonment Rule for TTD Benefits
Ohio ranks in the top 10 states for asbestos-related deaths and ranks sixth for mesothelioma and asbestosis deaths. This is in large part because we have a great deal of manufacturing jobs, and those with the highest risk for … [Read more...] about Asbestos Exposure in Ohio: What Is the Law and What Should You Do
When you become injured on the job in Ohio, you expect to be able to receive any type of treatment you need. Say you were working on a construction site and hurt your back after a bad fall. You’re in excruciating pain and unable … [Read more...] about Ohio’s New Workers’ Care Guidelines Add Hurdles to Treatment