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Workers' Comp for Factory Workers
Injuries to factory and manufacturer workers in Ohio can be devastating to both the injured worker and their families. Whether you are permanently disabled due to an injury caused by a malfunctioning piece of equipment, developed carpal tunnel syndrome after years of assembly line work, or contracted a respiratory illness as a result of continuous exposure to toxic chemicals, you deserve compensation for your injury. A work-related accident attorney can help you obtain maximum compensation.
Cincinnati workers’ comp lawyer Mark L. Newman has more than 30 years of experience handling these kinds of cases and is able to lead and assist you through every stage of the workers’ comp insurance process. Using his vast experience and knowledge, Mark will fight to get you the compensation you deserve so you can focus all of your time and energy on recovering and moving forward with your life.
Types of Manufacturing Accidents & Injuries
Factory work is one of the most high-risk occupations when it comes to workplace injury. As a factory worker, your employer most likely offers training and safety courses. However, even the most thorough safety training cannot entirely prevent on-the-job injuries. Thousands of manufacturing and factory workers in Ohio are injured each year. Some of the most common manufacturing accidents and types of work injuries that occur include:
- Slip and falls
- Electric shocks
- Fire and burn injuries
- Crush injuries
- Amputation injuries
- Falls from heights
- Dangerous and defective equipment
- Toxic exposure
- e.g. exposure to solvents, gases, chemicals, polymers, etc.
- Vehicle accidents
- e.g. cranes, trucks, lifting and moving equipment, etc.
- Overexertion / repetitive motion injuries
- e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome, shoulder injuries, back injuries, etc.
As an experienced Ohio workers’ compensation attorney, Mark L. Newman has a long history of helping factory workers obtain workers’ compensation coverage for their injuries, regardless of the cause or extent of their injury. He can assist you in navigating the workers’ comp system and receiving the compensation you are entitled to.
Workers’ Compensation Benefits Available to Injured Workers
The State of Ohio requires every employer in the state to purchase worker’s comp insurance through the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation or to self-insure its own workers’ comp program.
Workers’ compensation insurance provides manufacturing and factory workers who are injured while working payment of medical benefits, lost wages, and disability compensation. If a factory worker is killed in a work-related accident, workers’ compensation may provide wrongful death benefits to his or her dependents.
Mark L. Newman is experienced in handling Ohio workers’ compensation claims for workers of all professions and claims involving all types of workers’ comp benefits, including:
- Permanent Partial Disability (PPD)
- Permanent Total Disability (PTD)
- Temporary Total Disability (TTD)
- Scheduled Loss Awards
- Vocational Rehabilitation and Living Maintenance
- Wage Loss Compensation
- Work-Related Wrongful Death Benefits
Ohio Workers’ Compensation Insurance for Factory Workers
The workers’ compensation system can be difficult to navigate, especially in the state of Ohio. That is why you need the assistance of a skilled Cincinnati workers’ compensation attorney like Mark L. Newman. Mark has handled a wide range of workers’ compensation cases in Ohio, and he can help you explore all avenues of potential compensation to help you achieve the best possible solution.
If you’re in need of an experienced attorney in the field of Ohio workers’ compensation law, call Attorney at Law Mark L. Newman today. You can reach him at his office by calling 513-533-2009, or feel free to complete the online intake form found here.
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Mark L. Newman Attorney at Law
3074 Madison Road Suite 2N
Cincinnati, OH 45209
Phone: (513) 533-2009
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