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Firefighter seeks compensation for his disabilities in Ohio

As a worker, you expect that your workplace will be filled with equally trained and careful workers. One person forgetting about safety can cause on the job injuries and even deaths. A case like this led to one man being severely hurt and disabled, and now he's having to fight for his right to compensation and liability.

How can you file a workers' compensation claim in Ohio?

You've been injured at work, but now you have questions about your compensation. How can you file your claim? Can you look it up after it's submitted? Who else can see your claim? How long will it take to get approved or denied? Those are all very good questions that you should have answered before you submit your paperwork to the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation.

Explosion kills 1, causes on the job injury to 8 at factory

An explosion at the General Motors factory in Indiana that could have employed people from Ohio or family members of those in Ohio is now being investigated. It resulted in the death of one person and the injury of at least eight others. This news might be a surprise to you since these facilities tend to have strict safety procedures.

Republic Steel in Ohio has minor explosion resulting in injuries

You may have recently heard about three workers who were injured in an explosion at the Republic Steel in Lorain Township. Workplace accidents like this don't happen often, but in this case, it led to all three people having to be life-flighted to local hospitals. If you're hurt at work like these individuals, you may want to consider seeking compensation from workers' compensation, just like they may want to do.

After fatal workplace accident, plant is hit with huge fine

Pilkington, a company that is based out of Toledo, Ohio, had a worker die in one of its glass plants in 2010. The plant in question was in Indiana, and the worker was crushed by machinery, leading to his death. The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspected the plant at that point, found a number of safety violations and asked that they be fixed.

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