While they’re on the uncommon end of employment mishaps, workplace explosions present a disproportionate threat of injury and death when they do occur. These incidents can leave workers permanently injured or families without loved ones. This […]Read more.
Have you been injured in an accident in Ohio? Are you unable to work because of your injuries? You could be entitled to thousands of dollars in compensation. Whether you are employed full-time or part-time, or […]Read more.
When you go to work, you don’t expect to sustain injuries that could prevent you from working or leading a normal life, and yet, according to the National Safety Council, over 4 million people are injured at […]Read more.
Construction site injuries aren’t exclusive to those who work in the industry. Anyone from your average journeyman on a site to a pedestrian walking by on the street can become victims. Unfortunately, construction accident attorneys have […]Read more.
Electricity is a serious workplace hazard that affects not only electricians, but other workers who come in contact with powered materials on a regular basis. Machinery, tools, light bulbs and home fixtures are all examples of […]Read more.
Construction exposes workers to many hazards, including serious injury from falls. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, falls are the leading cause of fatal injuries in construction work. As a result, OSHA places an […]Read more.
If you’ve had a work injury that affects your ability to work, this can be a very stressful time for you and your family. We explain some options below for managing this difficult time. I haven’t […]Read more.
If you are injured at work and it is your employers fault, you may need to take legal action. Learn about the Ohio laws regarding worker’s compensation and work injury and hear about what you can […]Read more.