We'll cover workman's compensation claims and other settlements that may be attributed to negligence. Please take a moment to call us (216) 771-1144, or send us an email.
Negligent safety equipment
Fall from heights
Injury from forklifts
Negligent Guard rails
According to Ohio's Bureau of Workers CompensationFor a claim to be allowed, under Ohio workers’ compensation law, a physical injury or disease, whether caused by external accidental means or accidental in character, must be sustained in the course of and arising out of employment.
If no physical injury or disease exists, then a workers’ compensation claim cannot be made. Also, Ohio law specifies what may not be an injury, including
- self-inflicted injuries,
- injuries sustained due to horseplay,
- mental health conditions without a pre-existing physical injury or disease,
- natural deterioration or pre-existing conditions.