What’s the difference between a state-funded employer and a self-insured employer?
by Jacob Brandt | Oct 19, 2020 | General Information
The legislature for the state of Ohio has determined that in order to conduct business in this state, employers must provide benefits to their injured employees. Essentially, employers must provide insurance to their employees for injuries...read more >>
Understanding how your workers’ compensation benefits may affect your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.
by Casaundra Johnson | Oct 09, 2020 | Social Security and Disability Compensation
Many injured workers have questions about how their workers’ compensation claim will affect their Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. While workers’ compensation benefits will usually reduce Social Security benefits to some degree, the actual impact...read more >>
As an unpaid intern or apprentice, am I covered by Ohio Workers’ Compensation?
by Kara Dolan-West | Sep 22, 2020 | Workers' Compensation
As an unpaid intern or apprentice, you may still be entitled to workers’ compensation coverage if you are injured on the job. Ohio’s General Assembly extended workers’ compensation coverage to apprentices engaged in formal training programs...read more >>
How Does Workers’ Compensation Work In Ohio?
by Andrew Bainbridge | Sep 01, 2020 | General Information
Understanding Workers’ Compensation Claims and What You Need to Do to Pursue Your Claim: After getting hurt on the job, injured workers often wonder what they need to do to file a workers’ compensation claim and...read more >>
10 Most Common Mistakes an Injured Worker makes when Filing for Workers’ Compensation
by Andrew Bainbridge | Aug 28, 2020 | General Information
Filing a workers’ compensation claim is not a process that most people are familiar with. After all, getting injured on the job is not a circumstance most employees would like to dwell on. Unfortunately, rates of...read more >>
Workers Compensation: Ohio’s Most Dangerous Jobs
by Andrew Bainbridge | Jul 14, 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 of a work setting, but in a work context....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 >>
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 >>
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