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Protecting Workers From Heat-Related Illnesses

When it comes to creating a safe workplace environment, businesses have to consider many risks to their employees. Around this time of year, one of the top risks for workplace injuries is exposure to excessive heat. In Ohio, summertime heatwaves can send temperatures up over 90 degrees Fahrenheit, creating the potential for heat-related illnesses among...

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OSHA announces Top 10 Workplace Safety Violations for 2020

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently announced its preliminary Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety standards violations for fiscal year 2020. On Feb. 26, OSHA Deputy Director of Directorate Enforcement Programs Patrick Kapust presented the preliminary data on the Top 10 safety violations during an exclusive webinar with Safety+Health magazine. Although different...

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Getting workers' compensation benefits for a work-related car accident

Workplace injuries can happen anywhere, from the office to the construction site. Some workers risk their lives on the road each day to earn a living. Work-related car accident injuries often occur due to distracted driving, speeding and drunk driving. Those who are typically injured include: Workers who drive for a living Roadside construction, DOT,...

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Workplace deaths at 12-year high

In the midst of a year of many sobering statistics, one that affects workers shouldn't be overlooked. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reveals that workplace deaths in 2019 reached a 12-year high. In 2019, there were 5,333 fatalities as a result of on-the-job injuries. This represented a 1.6 percent increase from 2018's...

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How are workers’ comp cases settled?

Millions of workers each year sustain serious injuries or illnesses on the job in workplace accidents. In 2018 alone, more than 2.8 million workers sustained workplace injuries or illnesses, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Fortunately, many injured workers can receive workers’ compensation benefits to help them through this difficult time in their...

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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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Dayton Office

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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Cincinnati Office

2060 Reading Rd
Suite 240
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Toll Free: 877-623-6863
Local: 513-276-4022
Fax: 513-338-1828

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Springfield Office

20 S Limestone St.
Suite 340A
Springfield, OH 45502

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Local: 937-688-2551

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22 N. Short Street
Suite A
Troy, OH 45373

Toll Free: 877-623-6863
Local: 937-524-0115

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