Barkan Meizlish , November 21, 2019
According to the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, “Ohio law requires employers with one or more employees to obtain workers’ compensation coverage or be granted the privilege of self-insurance for liabilities associated with work-related accidents or occupational diseases.” “Employers” include private companies, schools, healthcare facilities, state and local government agencies, and employment agencies. Individuals who […]
Barkan Meizlish , November 8, 2019
The laws of Ohio allow a personal injury victim to seek multiple forms of compensation from the person or organization that injured them. The rules for seeking monetary damages apply to all types of personal injury cases, such as Car and truck accidents Motorcycle and scooter accidents Pedestrian and bike crashes Bus and train wrecks […]
Bobby Elliott , January 22, 2015
Publicly traded E-Waste Systems has been ruled in default in a lawsuit alleging the firm did not pay workers at its former Ohio processing location. According to court documents reviewed by E-Scrap News, a total of nine employees have joined the suit, which was originally filed on Nov. 25 and alleges E-Waste Systems (EWSI) failed […]
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