Ohio Workers’ Compensation Lawyers


The best ideas to avoid forklift fall-through

In 2017, roughly 270,000 injuries were reported in the transportation and warehousing industry, according to injury facts released by the National Safety Council (NSC). Approximately 819 fatalities were reported within the same industry that year, following just behind the construction industry. The number of deaths reportedly grew by 5.3 percent from 2016-2017. More than a...

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Office chairs should support the body in a healthy position because the alternative is pain and missed work

Companies that spend more money on the right chairs for employees are seeing business success by embracing ergonomics. Most employees who feel at ease at their workplaces do their jobs with a positive attitude and better motivation, according to EHS Today. Chairs that clash with, instead of comfort, a worker's body, when the worker spends numerous consecutive...

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Lower Ohio Unemployment Means an Increase in Workplace Injuries

An unemployment rate of 3.6 percent sounds good, right? In one regard, this is good news. The economy has improved, and more people are working. There is a downside, however -- more workplace accidents resulting in injury, according to an article in Insurance Journal Report. What's driving the increase in workplace accidents? Mark Walls, vice...

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Elevator-Related Construction Accidents Causing Widespread Injuries

Elevators provide an essential way to navigate large buildings. In order to remain safe to use, they must be properly built and maintained, however. For many workers, constructing, servicing, and repairing elevators is a dangerous job. According to a Quarterly Data Report by the Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR), elevator-related construction deaths fluctuated...

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Ohio Workers’ Comp Attorneys Discuss How Employers Can Monitor Workplace Fatigue

Workplace fatigue isn't just the feeling of being tired; it's a much greater problem that is often difficult to detect. It affects just about every industry imaginable and often results in poor performance and serious accidents. It usually manifests as physical and mental exhaustion, diminished motivation, irritability, inability to focus, and even physical pain. According to Safety...

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Ohio Truck Drivers and Musculoskeletal Disorders: Attorneys Discuss

Not all work-related injuries are caused by accidents or happen suddenly. Some are simply caused by the job itself. Workers can develop musculoskeletal disorders over a long period of time. When these injuries are left untreated, they can worsen and even result in permanent damage. The attorneys at Hochman & Plunkett Co., L.P.A. have seen firsthand how these types...

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Violent Assaults on Ohio Emergency Room Doctors

Emergency room doctors in Ohio are crucial for public health and safety. However, every time they go to work, they face an increasing risk of being violently assaulted in the workplace. Assaults on ER doctors on the rise A survey conducted by the American College of Emergency Physicians showed that assaults on ER doctors are on the rise. More...

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3033 Kettering Blvd.
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Dayton, OH 45439

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Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Springfield, OH 45502

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