Philip J. Fulton Law Office
Call For Your Free Consultation Today
614-929-3126 866-552-6353

May 2012 Archives

Daughter's wrongful death incites suit and political change

The tragic death of a mental health caseworker in another state early last year has spurred the victim's mother to action. Since the murder of the 25-year-old woman, some have questioned the safety of such workplaces in states across the nation, including Ohio. Her mother has been working as an advocate for improvements to workplace safety for all mental health workers in her state.

Understanding workers' compensation benefits

When a worker in Columbus, Ohio, gets injured on the job and needs time off, he or she may expect workers' compensation benefits to cover the incident. This is likely but work comp benefits may not always last as long as individuals needs them in order to recover.

Brain injury may have led to suicide of athlete

The recent death of former professional football player Junior Seau has many pondering the long-term effects of a profession that can lead to repetitive brain injurys. Research has shown that a traumatic brain injury can have serious long-term complications if it is not properly addressed. According to one neuropsychologist, repetitive brain injurys can cause serious damage, and many physicians would agree.

Social Security issues may appear sooner rather than later

With an election year upon us, many in Ohio have certain topics in mind that they would like to see addressed by political candidates. One of these topics that people say candidates are avoiding is Social Security. Two separate funds make up the program Social Security: one for the elderly and another for the disabled.

Social Security issues may appear sooner rather than later

With an election year upon us, many in Ohio have certain topics in mind that they would like to see addressed by political candidates. One of these topics that people say candidates are avoiding is Social Security. Two separate funds make up the program Social Security: one for the elderly and another for the disabled.

Email Us For A Response

Take The First Step And Contact Us Today

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Philip J. Fulton Law OfficeRepresenting Victims Of Workplace Injuries And Disability

89 East Nationwide Boulevard
Suite 300
Columbus, OH 43215

Toll Free: 866-552-6353
Phone: 614-929-3126
Fax: 614-224-3933
Map & Directions
Our Office

a
Back To Top