Bureau of Workers Compensation

Our client suffered catastrophic injuries including an amputation of his left arm at work while operating a large milling machine into which he fell. We alleged that the employer deliberately disabled the interlock device (“kill” switch) which would turn off the powerful rotational spindle and operating table when the door was opened to inspect the set up. It […]

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Workers Compensation/Personal Injury Case-Policy Limits

by Dean Pavick on January 12, 2017

Our 63 year old client, while at work, was driving a shuttle bus which was struck by a car driven by a teenager. The defendant driver was cited by the police for causing the motor vehicle accident. Our client sustained injuries to his neck, shoulders and upper back. The injured worker underwent left shoulder surgery for a […]

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Ohio Workers Compensation Hearing Overview

by Dean Pavick on January 6, 2017

Ohio Workers’ Compensation Hearings Discussion   Attorney Dean G. Pavick of Pavick & Pavick L.P.A.  discusses Workers’ Compensation hearing at the Ohio Industrial Commission. Hearings are scheduled to decide all types of disputed issues in Ohio Workers’ Compensation claims. Issues can involve the initial allowance of the claim, allowance for additional work injuries and conditions […]

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