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Are There Anti-Retaliation Laws that Protect Ohio Workers after Filing a Workers Compensation Claim?

Being injured on the job can be stressful no matter what profession you’re in. Many people who call my office, however, have one specific matter on their mind—can their employer sue them in retaliation of them filing a worker’s compensation claim for their injury? In the state of Ohio, employers cannot take punitive actions against...Continue reading

Workplace Injuries—What to Do When You’re in a Car Accident on the Job

There are many careers that involve driving—from truck drivers, to cable company workers, to construction—and inherently put those workers at a higher risk for being involved in a motor vehicle accident. No matter what your job, age, or gender is, car crashes do not discriminate and can happen to anyone at any time. Imagine you...Continue reading

Workplace Accidents: Construction’s “Fatal Four” Causes

With each occupation come certain occupational risks. No matter what field you work in, there may always be a risk of injury in the workplace.  Specifically, the occupation carrying the highest injury risk in the U.S. is the construction industry. Construction carries such high hazards that OSHA coined the phrase “Fatal Four” due to the...Continue reading

Ohio Workers Compensation—the Basics of Workplace Injuries

Workers compensation, in simple terms, is a type of insurance that provides medical benefits and wage loss compensation to workers when incidental injuries or illnesses occur on the job. Workers compensation insurance varies by state, but typically each state offers some form of workers’ coverage to ensure any injuries or illnesses can be covered. In...Continue reading

Work Accidents: Falling is the Leading Cause of Death

According to the United States Department of Labor Occupation Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), “Falls are the leading cause of worker fatalities.” In fact, 100,000 or more workers are hurt and approximately 200 are killed each year from falls. Because of this shocking statistic, OSHA has developed specific safety standards for the construction industry in an attempt...Continue reading
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