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Getting workers' compensation for a work-related hip injury

Hip injuries are very common in physically demanding occupations. Those who sustain hip injuries on the job often work in construction, manufacturing, warehousing, and nursing. These occupations often involve lifting heavy objects, moving at a fast pace, as well as frequent walking, bending, and twisting. There are generally two categories of hip injuries: Sudden hip...

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Can I collect workers' compensation for a soft tissue injury?

One of the most common types of on-the-job injuries are soft tissue injuries. These can be sustained suddenly from workplace accidents or develop over a longer period of time. Some common causes of soft tissue injuries include: Slip, trip and fall accidents Falls from heights Accidents with equipment and machinery Caught in/between objects and equipment...

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Ohio nursing home company cited for failing to protect employees from the coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on countless workplaces. While the social distancing guidelines have helped keep workers in some industries safe, health facilities and nursing homes are especially susceptible to the spread of the coronavirus. Violations issued to company The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced in July of 2020 that...

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The most common and costliest workplace injuries

Those who do physical labor for a living often reap the reward of working harder and faster. Sometimes, the balance of productivity and safety gets lost and workers become more accident prone. This is common in fast-paced environments such as construction, retail, restaurant service, manufacturing and warehousing. Liberty Mutual Holding Co. Inc. recently released its...

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What are the 10 most dangerous occupations?

Workplace injuries can happen on any job, but serious injuries and deaths tend to occur regularly in a small handful of industries. EHS Today recently ranked the top 10 most dangerous industries based on 2018 workplace fatality statistics released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. During that year, there was a two percent increase in...

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What risks do workers face amid COVID-19?

Cases of COVID-19 may be declining, but it will be a long time before we're in the clear. Ohio is beginning to ease the statewide lockdown restrictions, as some residents prepare to go back to work. One thing about this pandemic is certain: it has placed a lot of strain on workers. Medical professionals have...

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Take your ladder safety knowledge to the next level

Many workers throughout Ohio use ladders at their jobs – at grocery stores, warehouses, construction sites and many other workplaces. Ladders are an essential tool to help them do their jobs. When there’s an accident, however, workers can be left with broken bones, shoulder injuries, head injuries and other types of injuries. Your employer is...

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Ohio lawmakers considering workers’ comp benefits for PTSD

Police, firefighters, ambulance crews and other first responders could be eligible for workers' compensation benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Under a bill that was passed by the Ohio House, first responders would be able to file for benefits without having any physical injury. The measure will move to the Senate for consideration, according to...

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The majority of workplace accidents are related to transportation

Transportation workers, sales employees, roadside construction workers, and emergency responders risk their lives each day to earn a living. The Ohio Department of Transportation recently issued a reminder for drivers to move over and slow down in work zones. An ODOT crew was recently struck by a semi-truck on Interstate 75 in Hamilton County. The...

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Countertop workers at risk of developing silicosis

We often see them in residential homes, businesses, and restaurants across Ohio. Quartz countertops add an alluring aesthetic to kitchens and bathrooms. Developing these materials, however, comes with a cost. The workers who manufacture countertops are at risk of developing silicosis, a lung disease caused by exposure to silica dust. According to Occupational Health &...

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3033 Kettering Blvd.
Suite 201
Dayton, OH 45439

Toll Free: 877-623-6863
Local: 937-684-4607
Fax: 937-228-0508

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312 Walnut St.
Suite 1600
Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Springfield, OH 45502

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Troy, OH 45373

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