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April 2012 Archives

Company delays payment of workplace injury award

After an explosion rocked an Ohio power plant, one worker is looking to receive the compensation that was awarded to him after a suit was successfully filed against his employer. Two juries have found that the employer was at fault for the explosion but has yet to pay anything to the victims. According to court documents, the man has won $5.57 million. This was after his offer to settle for workers' compensation benefits and medical costs associated with his injuries was refused, according to his attorney.

Man receives spinal cord injury 16 years ago, does not lose hope

Employees in Columbus, Ohio, may be worried that they will one day become the victim of a workplace injury. Even worse, it could be one that leaves them incapable of supporting themselves and their families. One such injury that could do this is a spinal cord injury. The effects of this have left many paralyzed and unable to do much for themselves, let alone head back to work.

Work suspended at transit site after man dies in accident

In April 2011, officials with the Portage Area Regional Transit Agency broke ground on a $26 million transportation center. Previously, it was expected to open in 2013, but a recent construction accident may be delaying work on the project.

Man loses life in workplace accident, family may sue

Most warehouse workers in Ohio know the dangers of storage a large amount of a product. Large amounts of a product are stocked heavily and, perhaps, to an unsafe height. Negligence on the part of an employer can cause a fatal accident to occur to an employee, if certain safety procedures were not properly followed.

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