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What Compensation am I Eligible for After Being Hurt at Work?

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Compensation When Hurt at Work | Delaware, OH | Calhoun, Kademenos & ChildressAs an experienced worker’s compensation attorney in Delaware, Ohio, clients (and prospective clients) often ask me what compensation benefits they are entitled to after a work-related injury. In many circumstances, the injury they have suffered is keeping them from their job and affects nearly every aspect of their livelihood.

The Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation (BWC) says that all injured workers (with allowed worker’s compensation claims) are entitled to have their medical bills for treatment related to the injury (or occupational disease) paid for. [Read more…]

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Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

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Motorcycle Accidents|Sandusky,OH|Calhoun, Kademenos, & ChildressAs spring approaches, the motorcycles will be rolled out of the garages to get a good run on the roads in the warmer weather.  But more motorcycles on the road means higher risk for accident and injury.

Motorcycle accidents aren’t necessarily more frequent than car accidents or any other type of accident, but they more frequently result in critical injury.   According to the federal government, in 2006 there were 35 times more deaths from motorcycle accidents than car accidents per mile travelled.

It benefits both motorcyclists and automobile drivers to be aware of the common causes of motorcycle accidents and use the information to reduce that number.  An article from Nolo describes some of the most common causes for these fatal accidents. [Read more…]

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Preventing Dog Bites with Awareness Ribbons

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Dog Bite Injury | Sandusky, OH Attorney | Calhoun, Kademenos & Childress

Dog bites are one of the most common reasons that personal injury lawsuits are filed. Some dogs have not been properly socialized by their owners and could be a danger to other people. That’s why The Yellow Dog Project was started in 2012.

The project is a global movement made for owners of dogs that need extra space. The goal is to make both dog owners and the public more aware of dogs that have fear issues or aren’t yet sufficiently trained.

These dogs are not necessarily aggressive; they just have the potential to be. So, the simple concept is to tie a yellow ribbon on a dog’s collar if he or she does not want to be approached. [Read more…]

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