Work related injury is difficult enough to deal with, but losing your job on top of that really puts you between a rock and a hard place. We want to help you understand your situation and let you know that there is hope. At Taubman Law, we understand the ins and out of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) and the laws that cover employers and employees.
From the time your injury...Read More
A settlement has been reached in the case in which Taubman Law was handling on the behalf of our client a former Franklin County Common Pleas Court bailiff who alleged a judge sexual harassed her at work and a court administrator failed to act on her complaints.
Our client served as a secretary and bailiff to then-Common Pleas Judge Tim Horton,and has agreed to settle her claims in exchange...Read More
I just prepared a lawsuit against Cedar Point which has not been filed yet but because it appears to be a negligence action or a derivative of negligence, there is a two year statute of limitations. What does this mean? This means there is two years from the date of the incident to file this lawsuit.
The facts are that a ride called Snake River malfunctioned and the car was catapulted into a...Read More
In our 29 years of doing workers’ compensation law at Taubman Law, I have handled practically every type of claim. The bureau bifurcates, or divides out, benefits; nothing is automatic. Every claim must be applied for. Let’s look at Monica Thayer’s Industrial accident of July 2, 2012 and, as we do, ask yourself CAN THIS APPLY TO ME?
Here’s the full story on Ms. Thayer:...Read More
Workers’ compensation is a creature of statute. That means all benefits and time limitations that affect injured workers are set down in writing. recently, I was talking to a client about the potential settlement of his 2007 workers’ compensation claim. He’s been on Temporary Total Disability (TTD) since the injury, which is almost unheard in today’s world. the BWC or...Read More
A tragic accident occurred when a Northfield paramedic slipped as result of bad weather and surface conditions, causing an 81-year-old man to fall from a gurney while being carried to an ambulance. This gentleman later died from heart disease, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner reported.
However, the medical examiner also noted the skull and brain injuries that he suffered from the fall as...Read More
When you or someone you know is injured on the job, you’re suddenly stuck with a lot on your plate beyond just the physical pain. One thing you must navigate is filing a workers’ compensation claim in Ohio.
This process can be challenging, but under their managed care program, BWC and the managed care organizations (MCOs) have made filing a claim a little easier over the years....Read More
Below are recent questions/queries proposed by you, come back often and we will answer them for you as quickly as possible. Feel feel to email us or call us if you don’t see an answer to any of your questions
I injured my neck in a car accident while driving to work; can I file a workers’ compensation claim?
The general rule is that fixed site employee is not in the scope of their employment...Read More
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Bruce Taubman and Taubman Law were wonderful and on the spot to help me with my case. I never would have had my surgeries and therapies had they not been handling my case and helping me. In the end the settlement was wonderful and I thank them.
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A common question new clients ask at Taubman Law is how long do workers’ compensation claims stay open? This is a great question because medical benefits and compensation cannot be paid for an expired claim, and the timelines can be tricky to understand.
How long a claim stays open depends on several factors. First, the date of the injury (or in the case of an occupational disease, the...Read More