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Cleveland Ohio Workers Comp Attorney explains that if you suffered an injury on the job, you have legal rights to obtain compensation for medical bills, compensation for not working, compensation for disability, and future treatment costs. Free case evaluation 800.309.7404 | 216.223.8004 | 614.398.3828 | 440.328.8883 | 330.974.0012
Workers that are injured on the job are eligible for Ohio Workers Compensation benefits. Injured Workers in Ohio can receive pay if they are unable to work, have their medical bills paid, and receive compensation for their disability. In Ohio, the following accidents cause injured workers to file Workers Comp cases in Ohio.
Injuries to the back (lumbar herniated disc and lumbar sprain/strains). It can result from lifting, pulling, pushing, throwing, holding, or carrying.
Slip and Fall. This type of injury occurs when workers slip on wet or slippery floors or walks or trip over something on the floor or the ground.
Falls from Heights. Falls from scaffolding, roofs, ladders, or stairways.
Falling Objects. Objects (bricks, metal bars, tools) dropped by other workers.
Striking objects. Injuries can happen when a worker accidentally walks into objects such as walls, glass, machinery.
Car and Truck Accidents. Workers who drive for a living can be injured in vehicle accidents on the roadways.
Machine Operator injuries. This type of injury is common in factories where equipment and machinery are used and can be related to amputation injuries.
Repetitive Motion Injuries. When workers do the same movements repetitively during the course of a day they can cause “overuse” injuries such as carpel tunnel.