Workers Compensation: Ohio’s Most Dangerous Jobs

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Aug 03, 2020 | General Information

In the state of Ohio, an employer with even just one employee must carry workers compensation insurance. This insurance provides cash assistance to employees who were injured on the job or while on the job outside...read more >>

The Bainbridge Firm’s local Springfield office in Clark County

by Casaundra Johnson | Jul 26, 2020 | Social Security and Disability Compensation

  Since opening an office in Springfield, Ohio in the fall of 2018, The Bainbridge Firm has had the pleasure of actively serving the Springfield and surrounding areas by providing legal services related to workers’ compensation,...read more >>

What is new in Ohio Workers’ Comp? Governor DeWine approves changes to Ohio Workers’ Compensation System

by Kara Dolan-West | Jul 12, 2020 | In the News

On June 16th, 2020, Governor DeWine signed House Bill 81, effective making multiple changes to the Ohio workers’ compensation system.   The bill was originally intended to create coverage under the Ohio workers’ compensation system for...read more >>

The Bainbridge Firm Welcomes Robert Nemo

by Lauren Osgood | Jul 06, 2020 | General Information

We are excited to announce that Marion attorney, Robert Nemo has joined the Bainbridge Firm. Robert Nemo has been licensed in Ohio since 1979 and has maintained a practice in the Marion area for over 30...read more >>

The Bainbridge Firm, local Cambridge office in Guernsey County.

by Kara Dolan-West | Jun 26, 2020 | Social Security and Disability Compensation

The Bainbridge Firm established an office in Cambridge, Ohio in January of 2018, located at 120 Southgate Parkway in downtown Cambridge. We were met with a warm welcome from the community, Chamber of Commerce, and town...read more >>

Common Ohio Workers Compensation Injuries

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Jun 17, 2020 | General Information

Workers compensation attorneys in Columbus can help you navigate that process and explore other options like a settlement or a trust fund that has already been set up to help injured parties....read more >>

How Much Compensation Can I Receive If My Employers Fails to Comply With a Specific Safety Requirement Causes My Injury?

by Jacob Brandt | Jun 15, 2020 | Workers' Compensation

As explained in our other blog posts, under Ohio Law there are specific safety requirements that employers are required to follow in order to ensure the safety of their employees. These requirements are codified under Ohio...read more >>

How is Social Security handling the COVID-19 outbreak?

by Casaundra Johnson | May 31, 2020 | Eligibility

Like nearly every other government agency across the country, the Social Security Administration has made several changes to its daily operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, Social Security offices have been closed to the...read more >>

Workers Compensation and Disability Statute of Limitations

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | May 26, 2020 | Social Security and Disability Compensation

Workers and military personnel can obtain great benefits to ease their healing process, cover their expenses, and retain the dignity they deserve. Unfortunately shame, concern for lost wages, fear of your employer, or even just waiting...read more >>

Is my employer allowed to pay me while I am off from work due to my injury?

by Lauren Osgood | May 14, 2020 | Workers' Compensation

Salary Continuation When an injured worker is entitled to benefits under their claim, an employer is permitted to pay wage loss to an employee. In order to notify the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation that this arrangement...read more >>