Does My Employer Have to Hold My Job While on Workers Comp in Ohio
Experiencing a workplace injury can be a daunting experience, both physically and emotionally. The worry about job security and financial stability can add to the stress. If you’re an employee in Ohio who has been injured on the job and is now on workers’ compensation, you might be wondering whether…READ MORE
Does Surgery Increase Workers Compensation Settlement in Ohio
In Ohio’s workers’ compensation system, the settlement amount isn’t directly tied to whether surgery is performed or not. Settlements in workers’ compensation cases are typically based on various factors, including the nature and extent of the injury, the impact on the injured worker’s ability to work, the cost of medical…READ MORE
Exciting News! Introducing Our New Attorney, Dallas L. Hawkins!
We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our legal team at Garson Johnson LLC. Please join us in welcoming Dallas L. Hawkins, Esq., who brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our firm. Learn more about Dallas: Learn More With an impressive track record in litigation, Dallas…READ MORE
Does Ohio Workers Compensation Pay for Pain and Suffering
No, in Ohio, the workers’ compensation system does not provide compensation for pain and suffering. Workers’ compensation is designed to provide benefits to workers who are injured or become ill due to their job-related activities. These benefits often cover medical expenses, temporary total disability (TTD), Living Maintenance (LM), Wage Loss…READ MORE