Don’t Be Fooled By Your Employer. You Have Rights To Compensation.

by Andrew Bainbridge | May 26, 2015 | Workers' Compensation

If you’re like a lot of our more frequent readers and have been injured while on the job, then chances are you were also filled with a sense of fear when it happened. Not only more >>

What are some examples of permanent total disability?

by Andrew Bainbridge | May 19, 2015 | Workers' Compensation

If you’re like a lot of our regular readers, then you probably have a lot of questions about the workers’ compensation system and your right to benefits after suffering a work-related injury. But just like more >>

Importance Of Filing A Claim Once You Realize You’re Injured

by Andrew Bainbridge | May 13, 2015 | Workers' Compensation

A lot of people, after suffering a work-related injury or realizing that they have an occupational disease, will immediately file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. For a lot of these people, there is no more >>

Bumble Bee Foods LLC, 2 Others Held Liable For Worker’s Death

by Andrew Bainbridge | May 07, 2015 | Workers' Compensation

On October 11, 2012, the eyes of our entire nation were focused on the state of California where a catastrophic industrial accident claimed the life of a 62-year-old worker at a Bumble Bee Foods LLC more >>

How Long Do I Have To File For An Occupational Disease?

by Kara Dolan-West | May 04, 2015 | Workers' Compensation Benefits

Revised Code § 4123.85 prescribes the limitations and notice requirements governing occupational disease claims. In all cases of occupational disease, or death resulting from occupational disease, claims for compensation or benefits shall be forever barred unless, more >>

The Workers’ Compensation Bargain

by Kara Dolan-West | May 01, 2015 | General Information

The Workers’ compensation Act reflects a growing public sentiment that employees should receive compensation for work-related injuries and that compensation should be regarded as a charge upon the business in which the employee worked. Workers’ more >>