A workplace injury can result in significant physical, mental and emotional pain, in addition to the stress caused by not being able to work. After the immediate treatment of the injury, the next step for injured […]Read more.
One of the most common questions people have about Ohio’s workers’ compensation system is about whether they can see the doctor of their choice when seeking medical care and treatment after a workplace injury. As with […]Read more.
Whether you work in the construction industry or you have an office job, you could suffer the effects of a debilitating back injury. These injuries are more common than people may believe, and they can have […]Read more.
The vast majority of Ohio residents rely on work to live. Consistent income is necessary to pay the bills; however, events in the workplace could impact an individual’s ability to work. Workplace accidents happen in all […]Read more.
People have many different types of jobs in Ohio. The job requirements can vary greatly as well as the potential dangers people face while working. Some people work in office settings and have limited physical demands […]Read more.
Suffering severe injuries in a car accident comes with significant consequences, like large medical bills and property damage. The cost of living, like rent or mortgage, utility bills, insurance payments and loan payments, do not wait […]Read more.
When workers are injured on the job, the Ohio workers’ compensation system should provide them with benefits. Typically, these benefits are tied specifically to the costs of medical care and lost wages, but in some situations […]Read more.
In Ohio, workers are covered by workers’ compensation. Sometimes that’s through the state’s workers’ compensation fund and some employers are self-insured. But, when you have been hurt at work, workers’ compensation can cover you.Read more.
Laws regarding workplace injuries vary by state, but most areas share fairly similar regulations. This isn’t so much the case with Ohio workers’ compensation law. There are many differences when comparing The Buckeye State to others, […]Read more.
After a workplace accident you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. In Ohio you have the option to settle your claim at any time, but that isn’t always in your best interest. Additionally, there are different […]Read more.
In Ohio, workers’ compensation provides benefits to employees hurt on the job. While in general employers cannot be sued outside of the workers’ comp scheme, workmans comp lawyers can help you get an additional settlement if […]Read more.
Getting injured at your place of work is a serious matter. If you or a loved one has been injured, follow these five steps to filing a proper claim. Report your injury as soon as possible.Your […]Read more.
Workers at Co-op City apartment complex in the Bronx are claiming that they have been cheated out of compensation, including overtime pay. In a class-action lawsuit, the workers claim that the companies that run the apartment […]Read more.