What to Do When Your Workers’ Comp Claim Is Investigated
Workers’ compensation claims are investigated for a very simple reason: to prevent fraud. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation wants to make sure that only injured workers get benefits—not scammers.
Safe Driving in Winter
Winter driving in Ohio can be dangerous: the snow, ice, sleet, and rain create difficult driving conditions that can result in accidents, injuries, and even deaths.
Bike Safety 101
There are so many benefits to bike riding: it’s fun, it’s healthy, and it’s an eco-friendly way to get from A to B.
Will Workers’ Comp Cover PTSD for First Responders?
If you read our previous post on workers’ compensation and mental health, you know that workers’ comp has historically not covered psychological conditions.
What Are My Rights as a Pedestrian?
These days, it can be downright scary to be a bicyclist or a pedestrian. Between aggressive drivers and distracted drivers, it can feel like you’re playing chicken—when all you want to do is cross the street!
True or False: A Look at 5 Workers’ Compensation Beliefs
It’s true: the workers’ compensation process can be extremely confusing. As a result, myths and half-truths are everywhere.
Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Car Accidents?
Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that covers employees who suffer a work-related injury. But what about injuries caused in a car accident? Does workers’ compensation cover this situation?
Motorcycle Safety 101
Riding a motorcycle can be exhilarating and fun—but it can also be dangerous. Motorcyclists are far more likely to be seriously injured or killed on the road: motorcycles make up just 3 percent of all registered vehicles, yet motorcyclists account for 13 percent of all fatalities.
Workers’ Compensation FAQ
If you’ve been injured at work, you probably have a lot of questions. Do you have a right to workers’ compensation? How do you file a claim? Can you pick your doctor?
Distracted Driving a Deadly Problem
PING! Your cell phone sounds from your pocket or purse while you’re driving, and you’re tempted to check it. You might think that not much harm can come from a quick glance or two at your phone.