Nursing home aides have a rough job. They tend to patients who are critically ill and often infirm, unable to do anything for themselves.
This is the year that medical marijuana makes its debut in Ohio. For employees, that means it's time to brush up on how that affects their work environment and learn what it means for any workers' compensation claims.
Construction sites are found all over the state of Ohio. They can be incredibly safe and dangerous all at the same time. Construction workers have a lot of responsibility if they want to stay safe while on the job. The owner of the site and the manager of the site are also responsible for keeping it safe from accidents that can injure or kill workers.
Employers naturally want to get injured workers back on the job as quickly as possible - but going back to work on a light-duty assignment isn't always the best thing for your body if you happen to be that injured worker.
In yet another blow to undocumented immigrants, Ohio's House of Representatives approved a new bill that aims to strip them of the right to receive workers' compensation when they've been injured on the job.
An Ohio firefighter just won his workers' compensation appeal without a fight.
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Presumption laws are a critical tool for firefighters who are no longer on the job but still fighting a battle -- one against cancer.
The life of a trucker isn't for everyone, and it definitely has specific occupational risks that are unique to the trade.
Ohio has struggled under a troubling legal question regarding appeals under its workers' compensation program.