Workplace Injuries and Claims

What Every Employee Should Know About Wrongful Terminations

Termination of employment can happen for various reasons, but being aware of legal boundaries and employee rights is essential. Wrongful termination cases can be complex, and understanding the nuances is crucial. In this blog, we'll explore common misconceptions of wrongful termination and provide insights to help employees navigate these challenging situations. Legal Protections Beyond...

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Holiday Hazards Unwrapped! Navigating Legal Intricacies and Safety Lessons in Classic Holiday Films

Grab your favorite holiday beverage, settle into the warmth of your festive surroundings, and embark on a journey as we delve into the mishaps and mayhem that define our favorite holiday movies. Remember: 'tis the season to be cautious, vigilant, and maybe enjoy your holiday festivities with just a touch of extra awareness! "It's...

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5 Things You Should Never Say or Keep from Your Personal Injury Lawyer

In the aftermath of a personal injury, navigating the legal landscape can be overwhelming. Hiring a skilled personal injury lawyer is crucial in seeking justice and compensation. However, effective communication with your attorney is equally important. Certain statements or omissions can have significant repercussions on your case. In this blog, we'll explore five things...

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Essential Strategies and Tips for First Client Meetings

By William J. Price The first meeting between an attorney and their client is a pivotal moment in the attorney-client relationship. Having a well-thought-out plan in place is crucial for ensuring a smooth start and setting the stage for effective collaboration. This initial meeting serves as an opportunity for lawyers to gather essential information...

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Tips for Promoting Mental Health in the Workplace

October 10th is World Mental Health Day, a day that allows people and communities to unite behind the theme for 2023 – 'Mental health is a universal human right' – by raising awareness and promoting and protecting everyone's mental health as a universal human right. Mental health issues can affect anyone, and they don't...

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Legal Rights for Breast Cancer Patients in Ohio Employment and Disability Accommodations

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a month dedicated to education, early detection, and fostering a sense of community to address one of the most prevalent health challenges globally. In this blog post, we'll explore the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and dive into the legal rights and workplace accommodations available to breast...

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Fatal Workplace Injuries in Ohio

While no one expects to get hurt at their place of employment, accidents happen every day. Unfortunately, some of these accidents can be fatal for the employee. Common Causes of Fatal Injuries at Work The data provided by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the most common causes of these fatal...

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Workers’ Compensation Mistakes to Avoid

Injuries and accidents happen every day in the workplace. In 2019, approximately 2.8 million nonfatal and 5,333 fatal work injuries occurred. Employees who suffer from job-related injuries or illnesses can obtain workers' compensation from the employer in monetary reward. We've compiled a list of mistakes that could ruin the chances of receiving necessary compensation....

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Statute of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Claim in Ohio?

What is a Statute of Limitations? Most people have heard the phrase "statute of limitations," but what does it really mean? In legal terms, statutes of limitations set limits on the length of time available to take legal action. The time limits vary depending on the state and the type of case. For personal...

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Ohio Modifies Employment Discrimination Laws

On January 12, 2021, Governor Mike DeWine signed into law House Bill (H.B.) 352, which makes significant changes to how employment discrimination claims will be managed in Ohio. The new statute: [caption id="attachment_32866" align="alignright" width="370"] H.B. 352 changes Ohio employment discrimination laws.[/caption] Reduces the state's previous six-year statute of limitations to two years Eliminates...

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