Answers in Ohio for Workers' Compensation

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Do I face any risks if I speak to an Ohio workers’ comp lawyer?

If you are referring to legal risks you might incur by speaking with an attorney after being injured on the job, the answer is no. However, it is …

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Can my employer fire me after I am injured at work in Ohio?

Ohio, like many other states, is an “at-will” employment state, meaning that your employer can fire you (or you can quit) without warning …

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What happens if my Ohio workers’ compensation claim is challenged?

Although all employers in the state with one or more employees must provide some form of workers’ compensation coverage, few are overjoyed at …

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In Ohio, how do I show my job is worsening an existing condition?

Ohio employees are fortunate in that the state’s workers’ compensation system recognizes “substantially aggravated” …

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What If I Receive Notice Of Terminated Workers’ Compensation Benefits In Ohio?

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (OBWC) is generally the governing body through which most injured workers in Ohio are paid benefits …

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