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.
Do you work in construction?
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.
The driver of a truck that was hauling a full-sized boat is alleged to have caused a chain reaction crash in, Ohio, on July 22, 2017. His truck ultimately crashed into and severely injured a food truck worker.
It's that time of year when the heat starts to get to everyone -- but those who can't stay inside suffer the most. If you work outside in the relentless heat of summer, how can you protect yourself from heat-related injuries?
If you're thinking about retaining an attorney, the first thing you have to do is have an initial consultation. In order to make the most of your time, it's important to understand the purpose of the initial consultation and what you should bring with you.
In Ohio, one danger that's becoming increasingly common among those employed outdoors is Lyme disease.