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 >>

What are the changes to Ohio Workers’ Compensation system during Covid-19 epidemic?

by Lauren Osgood | Apr 11, 2020 | Hearing Process

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Changes Due to Covid-19 The Industrial Commission has made several key changes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first major change is the suspension of in-person hearings. Instead of an...read more >>

What happens if my Employer doesn’t pay workers’ compensation premiums in Ohio?

by Kara Dolan-West | Apr 07, 2020 | Hearing Process

Even if your employer fails to property pay workers’ compensation premiums while doing business in the State of Ohio, and you are injured in the State of Ohio, you will still be covered by the Ohio...read more >>

Fewer Injured Workers Are at Risk for Opioid Dependency

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Mar 21, 2018 | Workers' Compensation in the News

According to the BWC, In 2011, more than 80,000 injured workers took the equivalent of at least 60mg a day of morphine for 60 days or more, becoming “clinically dependent” on Opioids.1 With an increasing number of...read more >>

Ohio BWC provides grants to pay for new fire department equipment that reduces the risk of injuries

by Andrew Bainbridge | Dec 08, 2014 | In the News

Grants totaling more than $125,000 were recently received by the Deerfield Fire Department. One grant was used to purchase smoke and fire detectors available to Deerfield residents only. That grant, for $2,000, was from First Alert...read more >>

Ohio comp rates to decrease 9.1% in 2015 for local government workers

by Kara Dolan-West | Nov 17, 2014 | In the News

Government entities in Ohio will see workers compensation rates decrease at an average of 9.1% as of 2015, the board of directors of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ compensation announced. Combined with decreases from the past...read more >>

Workers’ compensation packages changing in Ohio

by The Bainbridge Firm, LLC | Dec 16, 2011 | General Information

People go to work every day hoping to make a better life for them and their families. Sometimes, through no fault of their own, their ability to work is hindered by unavoidable hazards in unsafe work...read more >>