If you suffered an injury in a work-related accident, you probably assume you will be able to claim benefits through a workers' compensation claim. If your accident took place in an Ohio workplace or is a direct result of your job-related duties, you likely qualify. However, the circumstances of your injury may be complex, or it may not be immediately clear whether you qualify.
OSHA's safety standards apply to all industries in Ohio and across the U.S. That even includes the booming and "fun" craft beer industry. Roughly speaking, there are six ways that craft breweries are often violating these standards.
Mining can be a dangerous job in Ohio. As a result, workers who are employed in this industry should be aware of what steps to take if they have been involved in a workplace accident. Since these workers are oftentimes below ground, use heavy equipment, could face unforeseen risks as they go about their duties, and are involved in a physically and mentally demanding job, accidents happen quite frequently.
Over the years, asbestos was used in a variety of consumer products and construction products, including building materials and other products, such as brake pads. Asbestos has properties including heat resistance, strength and insulating benefits that make it useful in a variety of products. However, it poses many health hazards.