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June 2011 Archives

Smartphones, tablets help memory for Ohio brain injury patients

When most people think about the recovery path for people who have traumatic brain injurys, one of the first things that comes to mind is often the difficult path for remembering things. However, a new breakthrough in medical research may benefit individuals in Columbus and throughout the country who are recovering from traumatic brain injurys.

Social security disability benefits for illness and Agent Orange

Thousands of military personnel were exposed to the chemical herbicide known as Agent Orange while serving in the Vietnam War. Agent Orange contained a highly toxic dioxin compound, and it is now known to cause many serious diseases and chronic health conditions.

Social security disability benefits for illness and Agent Orange

Thousands of military personnel were exposed to the chemical herbicide known as Agent Orange while serving in the Vietnam War. Agent Orange contained a highly toxic dioxin compound, and it is now known to cause many serious diseases and chronic health conditions.

Ohio implementing new measures to minimize construction accidents

As motorists, we might get frustrated when we approach construction zones. The lanes narrow, and if the pavement has been repainted, it can be difficult to differentiate between your lane from the lanes next to you. Perhaps the most frustrating part of Columbus construction zones are the delays they cause in traffic.

SSA working to reduce wait times for Social Security benefits

Anyone who has applied for Social Security Disability benefits in Columbus knows how frustrating the process can be. Sadly, that frustration is not just limited to Ohio. There is a national backlog of both Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income applications.

Rep. Giffords and her recovery from the traumatic brain injury

Ohio workers should be prepared for the long-term effects of traumatic brain injurys. If the traumatic brain injury was caused by dangerous work conditions or an on-the-job injury, workers' compensation benefits can be key in being prepared for long periods without work and lifelong incapacities.

Man receives compensation after brain injury at security job

In Ohio, when employees are injured while they are working, their employers are often responsible for providing workers' compensation if they are unable to work. The amount they can receive depends on a variety of factors, including how severely they were injured and the details surrounding their accidents.

Ohio trench collapses; worker barely escapes in time

When construction work involves a great deal of digging, employers are required to follow a number of safety precautions. If a trench is greater than five feet deep, OSHA requirements mandate reinforcement to help prevent the ground from caving in.

Road construction worker injuries can be prevented

There is an old saying in Ohio that we have two seasons: winter and construction. Now that Columbus and the rest of Ohio is seeing warmer weather, construction season is in full swing and the amount of orange barrels and construction workers on Ohio roads is on the rise.

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